Quality Assurance of Immunohistochemistry for Breast Cancers using a Whole-slide Imaging System, Specified Software and Cell Lines
Miho Yoshida-Tanaka, Junichi Sakane, Yoshiko Kimura, Yoshimi Shitakubo, Kazuya Kuraoka and Kiyomi Taniyama
An auto-stainer (AS), whole-slide imaging system (WSI), and computer software were used as quality assurance tools for breast cancer immunohistochemistry (IHC).
Cell lines, such as MCF-7 for estrogen receptors and progesterone receptors, and SKBR- 3 for Topo2a, were co-stained with samples as IHC control.
Combinatory usage of AS, WSI, computer software and cell lines can reduce deviation in each IHC step and is beneficial for IHC quality assurance.
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