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Templates, Checklists, and Sample Forms to help you with creating needed documentation in all areas of the lab.

  • Express Talk: A Simple Excel Spreadsheet for Tracking PD-L1 IHC Results
    Programmed cell death ligand 1 (PD-L1) is the most important immunohistochemical biomarker in medicine today for selecting patients diagnosed with certain cancers for possible immune-checkpoint therapy. Unfortunately, the PD-L1 landscape is very complicated and confusing with several different anti-PD-L1 monoclonal antibodies available, some of which are linked to specific automated IHC platforms. Early on I realized the importance of keeping track of our PD-L1 IHC testing results for validation purposes, for monitoring our positive and negative results, and for preparing to bring some of this testing in-house at the appropriate time. Therefore, I designed a simple Excel spreadsheet for these purposes. I would like to share it with you. Presented by Richard Cartun
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  • Express Talk: A Simple Excel Spreadsheet for Maintaining Antibody/Probe Validations, Tissue for Control Purposes, and Cases for Educational Purposes
    The creation and use of a simple Excel spreadsheet for maintaining antibody/probe validations will be demonstrated. In addition, the use of this spreadsheet for identifying control tissue and case material for educational purposes with be highlighted. Presented by Ricard Cartun
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  • Gantt Validation Chart
    Gantt charts are an effective way of ensuring that every step in a given process has been achieved and to feed into executive dashboards to monitor overall progress of each project.
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  • Autostainer PM Chart (Formattable Dates)
    Maintenance records are cumbersome to print out on a yearly basis but this efficient tool will make it much less of a hassle going forward. Provided by Jeremy Johnston, BS, HT(ASCP), QIHC as part of Workshop 17, IHC/Histology Resources - Forms, Spreadsheets, & Tools For Everyday Use, during the 42nd Annual NSH Symposium/Convention.
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  • Equipment List (Histo.IHC.PCR)
    There are many reasons to keep track of equipment in the lab and outside of a designated database for this information, this excel based document makes tracking that information simple. Provided by Jeremy Johnston, BS, HT(ASCP), QIHC as part of Workshop 17, IHC/Histology Resources - Forms, Spreadsheets, & Tools For Everyday Use, during the 42nd Annual NSH Symposium/Convention.
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