[Histonet] in situ methodology part 2
louise.renton <@t> gmail.com
Mon Jan 24 01:31:20 CST 2011
just as clarification .....i need to brush up on my background of ISH - what
new products/methododolgies there might be on the market. The tissues I will
be using will either be rodent pups/embryos or formalin fixed/fresh adult
As for the probe - thats a stick point - not enough background information
to decide - but probably oligos.
So...the questions still stand:
- where can i find good on-line material
- Who offers the best application manuals - is Roche still int he market?
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