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Revolutionizing Histology Labeling with Patented HistoBAR Histology Cassettes

Summary: GA International has developed a unique new Histology cassette that can be securely labeled throughout the histological process. Histology is an integral part of...

Labeling Gram Stains in the Lab

Gram staining is one of the oldest and most commonly used techniques in bacteriology. Dating back to 1884, gram stains were used for the...

4 Tips for Labeling Microscope Slides

Microscopy is one of the oldest techniques in biomedical research, dating back to the 16th century. As labs continue to grow, so too does...

3 Tips for Testing Your Labels in the Lab

Once an identification system is designed, it’s important to test it beforehand to ensure that it works as intended, with as few errors as...

How Labels Can Help Fill Efficiency Gaps in the Lab

In order to address efficiency gaps in the lab, innovation is necessary to increase productivity while minimizing errors. There are four different kinds of...

Vial & Microtube Identification Made Easy

Conical tubes and vials are an essential component of every biomedical lab, used in almost every experiment. These common containers are used throughout laboratories...

How Do I Know if I Made a Labeling Error?

Across scientific laboratories and healthcare facilities, identification errors, such as mislabeled specimens, often occur enough to pose serious risks to both patient safety and...

Which Chemicals Do I Need to Test with My Labels

Prior to fully integrating new labels into your workflow, it’s imperative to test them first to ensure that they do not fail at any...

Breakthrough: GA International Announces the Development of SnapPEEL Technology

Summary: GA International has developed a unique new breakthrough label technology, SnapPEEL, that allows rectangle and dot labels to be peeled and applied with...

How to Make the Most of Lab Tapes in the Laboratory

Lab tapes are ubiquitous throughout most academic and industrial laboratories, often used for quick and easy labeling of boxes and other storage containers. Not...

How to Optimize the Re-Identification of Histology Slides for Pathology labs

Hospitals collect tissue samples for a variety of purposes, from providing an accurate diagnosis to determining predictive and prognostic factors associated with a multitude...

What You Need to Consider When Labeling Samples for Growth & Proliferation Assays

Growth and proliferation assays are some of the most widely used measurements across biological research labs. Nearly every lab, whether they’re working with E....

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5 Features that Every Modern LIMS Should Have

Recently, labs have turned to full digitization with the intention of enhancing their ability to track everything, from samples to consumables. Thus, the use...

Why It’s Important to Include Sample Identification When Optimizing Lab Protocols

Recently, a news article on optimizing lab protocols described how several researchers at the University of Montreal decided to devise a new strategy for...

Going Green: Does Using -70°C Affect Sample Storage

Ultra-low temperature storage is a staple of laboratory life. Nearly every scientist leans on safe and protected long-term sample storage afforded by lab freezers,...

How Identification Systems Can Help Preserve Research Integrity

Maintaining research integrity is a serious issue in the field of scientific research, especially when it comes to academic research. Funded by taxpayers, there...