[Histonet] PCNA staining on paraffin

Robert Schoonhoven Robert.Schoonhoven <@t> mpiresearch.com
Thu Dec 11 06:49:33 CST 2008

I haven't seen any replies to your question.  Under separate E-mail I'll
send you the procedure  I developed at UNC-Ch which will work on
paraffin processed tissue from all mammals, fish, yeast and some plants.
Please note that "drying" the slides at room temp. is important.  Do not
use a slide dryer.

Robert Schoonhoven BS, HT, HTL (ASCP)
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Subject: [Histonet] PCNA staining on paraffin

Does anyone have any suggestions for staining PCNA on paraffin? We are 
using Santa Cruz's PCNA (FL261) SC-7907.

We have already stained with it successfully on frozen sections, but it 
does not appear to be working on paraffin. Thank you.

Merced M Leiker
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