Continuing Education for the Journal of Histotechnology

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To access copies of the articles you can log onto your My NSH account and select JOH Online.  This will direct you to the online access of our Journal through Taylor & Francis.  On the Taylor & Francis site you can either reivew an HTML or PDF version of the article.  In addition the articles are also available in the print version members receive in the mail.  To complete a test click on the issue date link. Completed tests are reviewed and hours uploaded to the NSH Contact Hour Portal every Wednesday.   

Volume 37 - 2014  (answer keys posted as tests expire)

ISSUE DATE:    March 2014
ARTICLE: Fixative properties of honey in comparison with formalin

ISSUE DATE:     June 2014
ARTICLE: HIS 60  the accuracy of determination of S100 protein 

ISSUE DATE: September 2014
ARTICLE: Optimizing tissue microarray construction procedure to improve quality of sections

ISSUE DATE: December 2014
ARTICLE: Processing cellular spheroids for histological examination

Volume 38 - 2015

ISSUE DATE: March 2015
ARTICLE: Multispectral imaging as a tool for Melanin Detection

ISSUE DATE: June 2015
ARTICLE: Expression of α-Smooth Muscle Actin as special and morphometric assessment in the small intestine during the postnatal development in hamster

ISSUE DATE: December 2015
ARTICLE: A novel rabbit monoclonal antibody arginase-1 is highly specific and highly sensitive in hepatocellular carcinoma

Volume 39 - 2016

ISSUE DATE: March 2016
ARTICLE: Osmium tetroxide post-fixation and periodic acid-Schiff dual-staining technique to demonstrate intracellular lipid and glycogen in the mouse liver section – a novel method for co-visualization of intracellular contents in paraffin embedded tissue

ISSUE DATE: June 2016
ARTICLE: A modified silver methenamine Masson trichrome stain using methyl green for staining of renal biopsies

ISSUE DATE: September 2016
ARTICLE: Prevalence of amyloid and positive Congo red frequency among routine surgical specimens

(tests added as they become available)