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4 Reasons to Integrate RFID into Your Cryogenic Inventory Management

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) has come a long way since the 70s; it’s become more prevalent in many areas, including healthcare, pharmaceutical research, and academic...

Addressing Lab Supply Shortages During the COVID-19 Pandemic

With the omicron variant spreading worldwide like wildfire, supply chains are at severe risk of a slowdown, as workers have become increasingly affected by...

The Best in Label Automation of 2021

Here at LabTAG, we offer more than barcode labels; we offer complete identification solutions for your lab and healthcare facility. Part of that is...

Making the Most of Your Cell Phone in the Lab

These days, everyone is glued to their phone; social media, Google, Reddit, daily news headlines—it’s all there, inside your pocket. Unfortunately, unwanted distractions in...

Diagnostic Kits: Uses & Future Trends

In vitro diagnostic tests have made it possible to accurately identify the specific microorganisms that cause disease and to perform additional testing to guide treatment selection....

The Growth of Veterinary Diagnostics & Future Trends

The use of veterinary diagnostics is growing, fueled by the need to control and prevent diseases and to better understand the creatures we depend...

What to do When You Make a Mistake in the Lab

Making mistakes is something that comes with being human. Everyone makes mistakes, both large and small. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, no matter...

The Future of Digital Histology

Histology is the study of tissue at the microscopic level, widely used to diagnose disease by pathologists. This traditionally involves thin specimens cut from...

The Benefits of Outfitting Your Lab with a Customized RFID Solution

For labs that depend on speed and accuracy to scan large inventories, RFID represents a drastic improvement over most conventional labeling methods. Originally conceived...

Re-Labeling with Confidence in the Laboratory

Labeling in the lab is important to ensure your samples, specimens, reagents, and buffers are all accurately identified. However, the information on these labels...

Sample Identification for Immunohistochemistry

A cornerstone of the pathologist’s toolkit, immunohistochemistry (IHC) is an essential diagnostic procedure that uses polyclonal antibodies to determine the tissue distribution of proteins...

Using Specimen Tracking Systems in Histology/Pathology to Improve Efficiency

Pathology and histology labs process a large volume of specimens on a daily basis. These specimens need to be properly identified to ensure patients...

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GatorCUT Technology and the Need for Speed

Working in a research laboratory usually entails long days of continuous, strenuous work. It’s no surprise then that many strive to cut down the...

Implementing Automation in the Clinical Laboratory

Automation is an emerging trend in the healthcare field that has the potential to positively impact patient service, lab productivity, and staff safety. In...

RFID Boosts Electronic Witnessing System Capabilities in IVF Clinics

Artificial reproduction technology (ART) facilities and in vitro fertilization (IVF) clinics rely on a host of measures to prevent mix-ups from occurring. The most...

4 Cost-Effective Ways to Simplify Label Peeling & Application

Sample identification is an important step throughout all laboratory processes. However, just like pipetting, picking up labels from their liners and applying them to...