In life science research, tissue specimens are often selectively stain ed using single immunohistochemical techniques to localize one particu lar antigen in the tissue, producing a colored reaction product. Multi ple antigens can also be visualized in this way. However, the techniqu es involved in multiple staining are often perceived as being difficul t, as these techniques are often strongly tai...
Series: Microscopy Handbooks (Book 45)
Paperback: 118 pages
Publisher: Bios Scientific Pub Ltd (October 2000)
Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 0.5 x 9.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 4997492
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The authors who do not seem comfortable in writing long books in English have produced a handy short treatise and protocol collection about an arcane subject. A significant oversight is the problem of performing RNA in situ hybridization when commerc...
particular aim and can include the preparation of special reagents. This book descri bes double and triple immunoenzyme staining methods that can be perfor med with commercially available reagents, and provides generic protoco ls that can easily be adapted to many different applications. It offer's advice on which stains to select, how they can be applied, and inval uable troubleshooting tips to guide a new user in the field.