[Histonet] H.pylori immunos on gastric biopsies
Rene J Buesa
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Mon Jan 23 15:55:22 CST 2006
I always used a phosphotungstic modification of the Steiner procedure to avoid
the radioactive uranyl nitrate [J.Histotechnology, 24(2):113-6; 2001)
I never considered doing IHC because of costs.
The Steiner procedure cost was $0.91/slide and any "typical" IHC procedure
would cost about $8/slide if done manually and about $6/slide if done automatic
at low capacity.
For me those were good reasons not to use IHC for H. pilorii.
Hope this will help you.
"Cazares, Ruth" <RCazares <@t> schosp.org> wrote:
I was wondering if anyone out there is doing immuno staining routinely
on all gastric bx's? We are considering this in my lab, but I have my
reservations. If some of you do, how many a week? And those who don't,
why not? I will be doing a literature search on this topic, but if
anyone knows of a specific article I sure would appreciate it if you
could share it with me.
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