IHC detection kits - Double staining for mouse tissues anti-Mouse and Rabbit IgG
Double staining in immunohistochemistry (IHC) allows the detection of 2 different antigens within the same tissue. This technique can be used to visualize these 2 antigens and to analyze their interactions, their locations and their functions. In addition, double staining saves time compared to 2 simple stainings and also preserves valuable samples using less material, detection can be done on the same tissue section.
The general protocol of IHC double-staining is based on the polymer method and uses two different enzyme complexes (mostly HRP and alkaline phosphatase) for the two antigens studied in order to obtain independent signals.
IHC double-staining detection kits for mouse tissue anti-mouse and rabbit IgG are optimized for use on paraffin embeded mouse tissue. Endogenous mouse IgGs are eliminated during the protocol to avoid non-specific signals and background noise.
The range of IHC double-staining kits for mouse tissues, anti-mouse and rabbit IgG offers a variety of enzymatic complexes: Mouse-HRP / Rabbit-AP or Souris-AP / Rabbit-HRP and several color combinations depending on substrates used: red and brown, red and purple or red and green. You can choose the combination that suits you best.
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