Histopathology services sharper than a microtome’s blade and clearer than a microscope’s lens.
BEYOND THE BLADE OF THE MICROTOME AND THE LENS OF THE MICROSCOPE
There are three years that shaped the field of Histopathology as we know it today:
- 1673, when Anton van Leeuwenhoek invented the simple microscope.
- 1838, when Johannes Müller published his book “On the Nature and Structure Characteristics of Cancer”
- 1865, when Wilhelm His, Sr. invented the microtome.
Centuries later, we are still reaping the rewards of three visionaries who lived decades and centuries apart; Histopathology would have never been what it is today without the efforts of these three individuals, and many more after them.
Our tribute to Anton van Leeuwenhoek, Johannes Miiller and Wilhelm His, Sr.? Histopathology services delivered by experts with unmatched experience. Talk to us now, and let’s get your studies moving.
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