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In 2012, the association of chronic progressive nephropathy (CPN) in the rat and its relationship to renal tubule (RT) proliferative lesions (ie: hyperplasia and adenomas) became an important issue for debate among pathologists and toxicologists. An association between CPN and RT proliferative lesions has been …
Determining whether or not a pathologic finding should be regarded as adverse has posed a conundrum for histopathologists for longer than I have been in the business. Much of the problem stemmed from the lack of a workable definition of adverse that could be useful …
EPL is pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring two sessions at the 33rd Annual American College of Toxicology (ACT) meeting in ChampionsGate, FL this year. EPL is co-sponsoring a CE Course along with AnaPath GmbH entitled, “Role of the Pathologist in GLP Studies” …
Welcome to San Francisco! Stop by Booth 1436 at the 2012 SOT Annual Meeting to find out what’s new at EPL and register for our prize drawing.
Cyndi Bono has retired from EPL after an illustrious career of more years than she will let us say. She has not left us completely, though, and will continue to arrange the EPL booth and receptions at meetings at least through the end of 2012. …
Although a Sponsor can never know exactly how a regulatory authority will respond to toxicity data, there are great examples of how a Pathology Working Group (PWG) can be beneficial. Recently, the study pathologist for a mouse carcinogenicity study identified a relatively low number of …
Dr. Jerry Hardisty, EPL CEO, has been chosen to receive the Society of Toxicologic Pathology 2011 Achievement Award. To quote the STP Executive Director…“This award is presented to an STP Member who has played critical and influential roles in the area of toxicologic pathology over …
EPL is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year. Thank you for all of your support and confidence over the years. We are looking forward to continuing to provide our clients with the highest quality histopathology services…….