[Histonet] Rocking/shaking slides
Rene J Buesa
rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com
Wed Nov 7 11:58:45 CST 2007
Totally unnecessary, just a good sales pitch worth disregarding.
"Till, Renee" <TillRenee <@t> uams.edu> wrote:
Does anyone rock or shake their slides during incubation steps? I recently
had a product e-mail given to me for a slide container intended for this use.
The theory being the same as used during western blots; that it would reduce
the antibody concentration needed for good staining and that the antibody
solution would be reusable.
I have protocols that call for washing steps on a shaker, but I had never
thought of how it might affect the actual antibody incubation nor come across
a protocol that calls for it.
Renee' Till, HT (ASCP)
Arkansas Children's Nutrition Center
1212 Marshall St./N2021
Little Rock, AR 72202
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