[Histonet] Nova Red/VIP substrate
louise.renton <@t> gmail.com
Mon Jul 11 02:52:45 CDT 2005
Thanks for all the comments & advice regarding double labelling. I
will bear all the suggestions in mind when I strat the project
On 7/7/05, Smith, Allen <asmith <@t> mail.barry.edu> wrote:
> In my hands Nova Red is red-brown and DAB is yellow-brown. I have not tried
> to use them on the same slide, but I think it would be difficult to tell
> them apart.
> Allen A. Smith, Ph.D.
> Professor of Anatomy
> Barry University School of Graduate Medical Sciences
> Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
> Miami Shores, Florida 33161
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> Dear All
> Could those of you in the community who have used these reagents from
> Vector Labs for double labeled IHC reactions please comment on their
> ease of use & contrast when used in conjuction with DAB substrate.
> Louise Renton
> Bone Research Unit
> University of the Witwatersrand
> South Africa
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