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This workshop will provide a basic knowledge with regards to the morphology of cellular components and tissue, and their ability to perform one or more specific functions, together with some key aspects and pathological implications, and the microscopic recognition of normal histological tissue and some key aspects of pathological tissues.
This workshop will provide the basic knowledge for participants, within tissue preparation techniques utilised for diagnostic cellular pathology.
A day long short course aimed at current or prospective trainers in diagnostic laboratories.
Allocated as Lecture/Study: 5 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Q&A/Discussion 0 hrs 0 mins
Allocated as Practical Element 7 hrs 0 mins
Total 12 hrs 0 mins
Quality control in serology laboratory presentation, given at the IBMS London Branch Virology Discussion Group on 4th June 2019
To repair/replace major components of the Agilent HPLC system:
Degasser, Pump, Autosampler, column heater and Variable wavelength detector.
To perform a complete operational qualification (OQ) of a system
To discuss the causes for OQ test failure and corrective actions that can be carried out.
To understand which HPLC column to use and why
; To be confident using both normal and reverse phase columns
; To know when to use a pre- and guard columns
; To understand fluorescence and diode array detection methods
; To be able to set up a gradient method
; To determine the gradient dwell volume for a HPLC system
; To analyse cations by ion chromatography
; To understand different calibration methods and perform internal standard calibration
To be able to establish a starting point for Method Development; To know how to use a gradient run to decide whether to use isocratic or gradient elution; To be able to select the most appropriate mode of HPLC e.g. Reversed phase, Normal phase, Ion exchange e.t.c.; To know the parameters that need to be optimised, the order in which to optimise them and to recognise optimum conditions for each sample; To know when to use internal or external standards; To establish confidence in peak identification
To understand which HPLC column to use and why; To be confident using both normal and reverse phase columns; To know when to use a pre- and guard column; To appreciate fluorescence and diode array detection methods; To be able to set up a gradient method; To determine the gradient dwell volume for a HPLC system; To analyse cations by ion chromatography; To understand different calibration methods and perform internal standard calibration
To identify common maintenance problems for Agilent HPLC systems.
To be able to carry out service procedures for the following Agilent HPLC system components: