The H&E stain: A lesson on consistency and reproducibility


December 21, 2020 -- On-Demand Webinar -- Producing a hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) stained slide is a process that starts before the slide is loaded on a stainer or moved down through containers by hand.

In this presentation, we will look at the process and learn the standardization necessary to have consistent and reproducible H&E slides. The presenter is Carolyn Doan, HT (ASCP), founder of Creative Histology Consulting.

This presentation will:

  • Review the many factors that influence the quality of an H&E stain
  • Describe how an H&E works
  • Explain what makes a regressive H&E stain different from a progressive one
  • Review what experts suggest to maintain consistent and reproducible H&E stains

 
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