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Histology & Immunohistochemistry Laboratory

Pathology & Lab Medicine

Location: Walton Research Building, Room 209
Phone: 843-792-5648
Director: Bradley A. Schulte Ph.D.

Research Specialist:
Margaret Romano HT (ASCP)

Services

  • Routine tissue and cell processing for fixed paraffin-embedded and/or cryopreserved samples
  • Special tissue processing including decalcification and special orientation
  • Microtomy for production of paraffin or frozen sections
  • Staining protocols including routine histochemical staining, special stains, and immunohistochemical procedures including immunofluorescence.
  • Consultation, with the Director, for immuno-protocol development with troubleshooting and assistance in analysis and interpretation of results.

Charges

PDF Format:

Clinical Trials - Corporate (PDF)

Clinical Trials - Non-Corporate (PDF)

Research - Corporate (PDF)

Research - Non-Corporate (PDF) 

Excel Format:

Clinical Trials

Non-Clinical Research

 

 

 

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 Ms. Romano

Ms. Romano has over 35 years of experience as a histo-technologist working in both clinical and research settings. Her prior experience within the surgical pathology setting facilitates her coordination of tissue collection and processing for routine and special staining protocols.