[Histonet] tricks about antibody generated in human on human tissue for IHC

Morken, Timothy Timothy.Morken <@t> ucsfmedctr.org
Fri Jan 11 10:31:57 CST 2013

Carole, Look at Golden Bridge International Labs. They have a human-on-human detection system.


I've worked with them before and they have excellent products. They also supply some products to other vendors that are rebadged.

Tim Morken
Supervisor, Electron Microscopy/Neuromuscular Special Studies
Department of Pathology
UC San Francisco Medical Center

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Subject: [Histonet] tricks about antibody generated in human on human tissue for IHC

Dear all,


I work in an histopathology department and we intend to do immunohistochemistry with an antibody generated in human on human tissues. So far, we don't have any experience with that. So I was wondering if somebody would have some feedback to prevent strong background generated by this human antibody on human tissue. We are planning in a first place to decrease the concentration of the secondary antibody Donkey <@t> human which is recommended at 1/200 by Jackson, using it at 1/500 for example.


But if anybody would have some experience with this kind of experiments, their tricks would be more than welcome.


Best Regards,


Carole Chotard



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