Immunohistochemistry on Fixed, Paraffin-Embedded Sections Protocol Protocol for immunohistochemistry on fixed, paraffin-embedded sections. This method is widely used and applies to the detection of the overwhelming majority of antigens, with few exceptions for which enzymatic retrieval is required. The method uses a strong chelating agent, EDTA. Includes: Double indirect AP; AP Developing solution; Indirect immunohistochemistry with avidin-biotin and HRP; HRP Developing solution.
Immunohistochemistry Protocol Protocol describes the application of peroxidase or alkaline phosphatase conjugates in the immunohistochemical labeling of formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue sections. Includes: Removal of Paraffin and Rehydration; Antigen Retrieval - Unmasking of Antigen; Enzyme retrieval; Microwave retrieval; Inactivation of Endogenous Peroxidase; etc..
Immunohistochemistry with AP-Conjugated (NBT/BCIP) Protocol Protocol for immunohistochemistry with AP-Conjugated (NBT/BCIP). Protocol extensively blocks slides, further diluting the primary antibody, lengthening the incubation and washing time, using a simple AP-conjugated secondary at high dilution and use a slow long development with the most powerful IHC development, NBT/BCIP. Includes: Single AP stainiing and Double AP staining.
Immunoperoxidase Methods for Localization of Antigens in Cultured Cells and Tissues Describes two methods for using the immunoperoxidase reaction to localize antigens at the electron microscope level; one for adherent cultured cells and one for tissue sections. The reaction conditions are first optimized at the light microscope level and then adapted for EM level observation. These methods allow for reliable detection of antigens at the cell surface, within the cell, and especially in membrane bounded organelles.
Immunostaining Conditions Immunostaining conditions. Includes: Antibody, Host, Source, Cat #, Antigen Retrieval, Block, Diluent, Ab Dilution and 2° antibody.
Indirect Peroxidase Technique Protocol Protocol for indirect peroxidase technique. Includes: Sections: Thickness-Between 5 and 10 microns. Pick up on chromic acid etched, poly-L-lysine or chrome alum/gelatine coated slides. Dry at room temperature overnight (not longer than 72 hours).
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