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Morphological Research Group

morphological studies group
From left to right: Kosova M.S., Karpenko Ye.A.

Group members:
Head – senior researcher Candidate of Veterinary Sciences Karpenko Yelena Alexandrovna
Laboratory assistant (II category) - Kosova Marina Sergeyevna
The group staff changes depending on the scope of research performed.

Equipment

The equipment necessary for carrying out of histological and histochemical studies is at the group’s disposal:

  • Fluorescence microscope Leica DM 2500 equipped with video output DFC320,
  • Microscope «Axiovert 135», Zeizz,
  • Rotary Microtome for paraffin sections Leica RM 125,
  • Freezing Microtome Leica CM 1850
  • Microtome for paraffin sections,
  • Automatic processor for histological tissue treatment TR1020 Leica,
  • Apparatus for filling blocks with paraffin Leica EG 1120,
  • Equipment for automatic staining of tissue sections ST 5020,
  • Apparatus for coating slides Leica CV 5030,
  • Ultratom "Ultrakat".

Research in the group are conducted in compliance with GLP requirements and STB ISO / IEC 17025.

The group is accredited for the following research methods:

  • staining of microsections of tissues and organs with hematoxylin-eosin;
  • staining of microsections of tissues and organs on connective tissue by azocarmine method by Mallory in Gandengine modification;
  • staining of lipids with sudan III-IV and sudan black;
  • staining of microsections of tissues and organs with picro-fuchsin.

Non-accredited methods of histological and histochemical studies are also used, depending on the experimental needs.

The main directions of research activity:

  • Pre-clinical trials of medicinal products.
  • Provision of scientific and practical assistance to graduats, doctoral students and applicants on the topics of their theses.