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The Journal of Histotechnology aims to advance the understanding of complex biological systems and improve patient care by applying histotechniques to diagnose, prevent and treat diseases.
Journal of Histotechnology is concerned with educating practitioners and researchers from diverse disciplines about the methods used to prepare tissues and cell types, from all species, for microscopic examination. This is especially relevant to Histotechnicians. Click “Scope of Journal” for full information.
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