Clinical and Research Services

Clinical Laboratories

The McLendon Clinical Laboratories provide extensive diagnostic services in Anatomic Pathology and in Laboratory Medicine to the University of North Carolina Hospitals.

The Manual is a guide to the use of the Clinical Laboratories and Anatomic Pathology Services that are available at the University of North Carolina Hospitals.  The Manual includes information on laboratory tests, access to forms and requisitions, the Laboratory directory, and other useful information.

Research Core Laboratories

The TPL a core facility to enhance translational research in the UNC School of Medicine and is administered by the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. The Laboratory is designed to qualitatively and quantitatively analyze fresh, frozen and formalin-fixed paraffin embedded tissues and cell lines using morphology-based assays for DNA, RNA, and proteins.

The MSL is within the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and serves as a core facility for the UNC School of Medicine. The Laboratory provides light microscopy and electron microscopy services to UNC researchers and UNC Hospitals. The MSL also offers laser capture microdissection and computer-assisted morphometry.

A core facility of the UNC School of Medicine, the ADME Center focuses on small molecule analysis involving quantitation by triple quadrupole spectrometry, molecular weight determination by ion trap spectrometry, and targeted identification of novel metabolites by UV, fluorescence, and mass spectrometry.

This core facility offers research investigators the availability of clinical-laboratory tests for animals. The tests include blood chemistry, urinalysis, and hematology. The Laboratories also offer studies of gene expression.

This core facility within the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine produces and purifies oligonucleotides for use by investigators in genetic research experiments.