TMA (Tissue Micro Array) stained with H&E.

MPC Introduces Tissue Micro Array

Molecular Pathology Core now offers the construction of Paraffin Tissue Micro Array (TMA) blocks.  TMA blocks are constructed out of the area of interest from the “donor” block and placed […]

Visiting Faculty- Dr. Ting-Yuan David Cheng

Dr. Cheng, Assistant Professor, is a cancer and nutritional epidemiologist who joined UF in 2016. His studies have two main elements: 1) studying the role of genetic susceptibility, environmental exposure, […]

Ki67 IHC Human Tumor

In this immunohistochemistry (IHC) single stain, Ki67+ nuclei are shown in brown chromogen (DAB) in a human tumor indicating a high proliferation rate. All nuclei are counterstained with hematoxylin. Ki67 […]

A scanned microscope slide containing mouse aorta stained with H&E

Mouse Aorta Stained With H&E

Our users often request special services for sectioning or staining. On this particular project, mouse aorta is shown by H&E stain.  (Mouse aorta stained with hematoxylin and eosin)     […]

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Our mission is to improve human and animal health by accelerating basic and clinical research based on histological procedures.


Routine or personalized histology services are provided including free sample submission supplies for Core users. Users are encouraged to consult Core staff early in project design for optimal results.


Immunolocalization assays for protein and mRNA using single or multiplex brightfield or fluorescence detection. A Zeiss Axioskop microscope with high resolution Axiocam color and black and white cameras is available for photography and image analysis.