[Histonet] IHC - weak signals

Greg Dobbin dobbin <@t> upei.ca
Fri Sep 24 10:02:05 CDT 2004

Hi Jason,
Post more details about your procedure. The chromagen step is 
only one of many steps that can contribute to signal strength, and at 
that, not the most likely place to start. Tell the group what you are 
staining for, with frozens or paraffin sections, how long and at what 
temp the primary is applied, with what detection system, if any 
retreival methods are being employed, etc. We need the whole 
story before we can offer any help.

From:           	"jason m" <kosmicdog <@t> hotmail.com>
To:             	histonet <@t> pathology.swmed.edu
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> Does anyone have advice for amplifying weak signals from IHC? Is there a 
> detection system better than DAB which can make the signal more noticable?
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