Next Generation Immunohistochemistry: A Window onto the Molecular Alterations in Tumors

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Thurs., Sept. 24, 2020
12:00 PM ET/9:00 AM PT

Register now for this live educational webinar where Dr Gown will identify the principal classes of molecular alterations that occur in human malignancies, explain several different types of changes, on the protein level, which can result from gene mutations occurring in tumors, and describe examples of tumors manifesting unique chromosomal translocations and recognize in situ hybridization and mmunohistochemistry(IHC) techniques can be employed in their detection. The presentation will conclude with examples of tumors which are characterized by deletions and/or mutations of selected genes, resulting in loss of protein expression, and can help in the identification these tumors by IHC.


Allen M. Gown, MD
Founder, Medical Director, Chief Pathologist
Seattle, Washington


ONE contact hour toward ASCLS P.A.C.E.® credit will be available to participating laboratory professionals who attend the webinar and complete the post evaluation.

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