Journal of Histotechnology

Journal of Histotechnology

December 2024 Volume 46.4

Editorial: The burden of uterine fibroids: an overview
Editorial: Immunohistochemistry as an assay
Article: Exosomal miR-192-5p secreted by bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells inhibits hepatic stellate cell activation and targets PPP2R3A
Article: Protective effects of a natural product, paeoniflorin, on ischemia reperfusion injury on rat ovary tissue: histopathological, immunohistochemical, and biochemical study
Article: The role of iron and ferroptosis in the pathogenesis of acute pancreatitis
Technical Note: A customized 3D-printed histological microgrinder for the study of metallic endoprostheses
Rapid Research Communication: Hematoxylin and Eosin staining of PhenoCycler® Fusion flow cell slides
Book Review: The thorax: medical, radiological and pathological assessment

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The official journal of the National Society for Histotechnology, 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.

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Histology for Spatial Omics Special Collection Series

Building a complete understanding of the vast complexities of biology, the secret of life, from the single cell to tissue, organism, and even the whole life tree, is where the biology field is moving towards. Technology advancements in multi-omics approaches provide a feasible foundation for tackling that ambitious scientific goal. Spatial omics enable the profiling of hundreds to thousands of DNAs, RNAs, proteins, lipids, metabolites, and other biomolecules with high spatial resolution in the tissue context, providing unprecedented big data and new insights to understand fundamental scientific questions, therapeutic targets, and disease diagnosis and treatment.

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