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Normal Parathyroid Tissue Paraffin Slides (S0750)
This product has been discontinued - Normal Parathyroid Tissue Paraffin Slides. Tested Applications: Hematoxylin & Eosin Stain, IHC, IHC-Paraffin. Tested Reactivity: Human.
Normal Rat Brain Paraffin Slides (NBP1-78968)
This product has been discontinued - Rat Normal Rat Brain Paraffin Slides.
Immunohistochemistry (NBP1-00178)
Specimen Preparation: Formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues are suitable for use with this primary antibody. Deparaffinization: Deparaffinize slides using xylene or xylene alternative and graded alcohols. Antibody Dilution: If using the concent
Immunohistochemistry paraffin-embedded protocol (NB200-179)
Immunohistochemistry 1. 5 uM-thick formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissue sections were baked at 60C for 75 minutes, deparaffinized, and rehydrated. 2. Antigen retrieval was performed by steaming the sections at 96C for 5 minutes in 10 mM citrat
Immunohistochemistry Procedure (NB600-101)
Immunohistochemistry Procedure 1) Paraffin-embedded sections were treated using an HIER [heat-induced epitope retrieval] protocol. 2) NB 600-101 was diluted 1:50 with a DAKO antibody diluent 3) Sections and primary antibody were incubated at RT for
Immunohistochemistry (Paraffin) Protocol
DeParaffinization Materials Required - Tissue array slide - 100%, 95%, and 75% ethanol - Xylene Method 1. Incubate in a dry oven at 62C for 1 hour. Slides should be maintained in a vertical orientation to allow complete removal of the paraffin. 2
Immunohistochemistry Chicken IgY Protocol (NB110-58367)
Citrate Buffer Antigen Retrieval Protocol Background: Formaldehyde fixation (2% or 4%, or as a component of 10% formalin) produces protein cross-links in tissues that tends to interfere with antibody penetration. This seems to be particularly t
Immunohistochemistry Chicken IgY Protocol (NB100-1608)
Citrate Buffer Antigen Retrieval Protocol Background: Formaldehyde fixation (2% or 4%, or as a component of 10% formalin) produces protein cross-links in tissues that tends to interfere with antibody penetration. This seems to be particularly t
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