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Immunohistochemistry (IHC) or immunofluorescence (IF)?
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Dr. Giorgio CattorettiAssociate Professor of Clinical PathologyInstitute for Cancer Genetics,
Frozen or paraffin sections for IHC?
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Dr. Giorgio CattorettiAssociate Professor of Clinical PathologyInstitute for Cancer Genetics,
Some DO’s and DON’T’s with Immunostaining of Cryostat Tissue Sections
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Chris van der Loos, PhDDepartment of PathologyAcademical Medical Center M2-230Meibergdreef
Recovering Tissue That Has Dried Out After a Malfunction of a Tissue Processor
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ROY ELLIS IMVS Division of Pathology The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Reagent and Dye Solubility Chart
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Roy C. Ellis IMVS Division of Pathology The Queen Elizabeth
Suggestions for Control Tissues
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Roy C. Ellis IMVS Division of Pathology The Queen Elizabeth
How to Choose the Best Secondary Antibody for Immunohistochemistry Application
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Selection of the best secondary antibody can improve immunostaining and
Strategies for Preventing Detachment of Sections From Glass Slides
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J. A. Kiernan Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology The
Preventing Tissue Sections From Falling/Coming Off Slides
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Why my section falling (coming) off slide?How to prevent section
Blocking Endogenous Biotin
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Why should I block endogenous biotin Some cells or tissues
Blocking Endogenous Peroxidase
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Why should I block endogenous peroxidase acitivity Some cells or
Antigen Retrieval Technical Tips
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What is antigen retrieval technique Tissue sections pretreated with the antigen
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