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Learn the basics of IHC, follow standard protocols, plus troubleshoot technical issues.

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Understanding direct vs. indirect detection
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1. Know your cytometer

The configuration of flow cytometers including light sources (lasers) and optics (mirrors, filters, and detectors) vary and a few, such as the Propel ZE5 Cell Analyzer, can detect up to 30 parameters in thousands to millions of cells. Lasers excite fluorochromes at fixed wavelengths and the emitted fluorescence is captured by optical...

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Epigenetic mechanisms have been implicated in many physiological and pathophysiological processes. Among these, histone modifications including methylation, phosphorylation, acetylation and ubiquitination, significantly modify gene...

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