Representative immunohistochemistry result. Adrenocortical carcinoma tissue array stained with anti-CDK9.
1150 W. Medical Center Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Lab Number: (734) 647-3261
The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center supports and maintains a state-of-the-art histology and immunohistochemistry laboratory using automated instruments. Services are provided on a chargeback basis. We require a valid shortcode at the time orders are placed. Volume discounts can be negotiated.
The immunohistochemistry portion of the lab has a battery of standard antibodies available and protocols for many more antibodies. However, most of our immunohistochemistry work is done with specific antibodies provided by investigators.
Drs. Giordano, Harms, and Thomas are available for consultation or can identify a collaborating pathologist if needed. We also have a large collection of neoplastic tissue arrays available via collaboration. Contact us to discuss.
We will soon be offering whole-slide brightfield and multispectral scanning on the Vectra Polaris platform, in combination with our immunofluorescence and immunohistochemistry services.
Please mention our contribution and funding support (NIH P30 CA04659229) in the Acknowledgments section of your manuscript.
Sample drop-off is by hallway cart outside MSRB1 4504. For investigators at NCRC, courier service can be arranged—contact Path-TMPSR-Histology@med.umich.edu for details.
The staff and directors are always willing to discuss how we can facilitate your research.
General customer questions: Path-TMPSR-Histology