[Histonet] mounting media for immunofluorescence

Segovia, Claudia csegovia <@t> nsalabs.com
Mon Sep 15 10:35:39 CDT 2014

Hi Christina,

We use DPX. It has worked very well for us. I am not sure about the cost though, but anything bought in kits can get really pricy. DPX comes in 500 ml.

Claudia N. Segovia
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> On Sep 15, 2014, at 11:21 AM, "Christina Kreutzer" <christina.kreutzer01 <@t> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello folks,
> I am wondering which mounting medium für IF you are using in your daily
> routine.
> We are using Prolong antifade gold, but it is really really really
> expensive and I was wondering if there is a good alternative. I just
> ordered a sample of the Dako Fluorescence Mounting Medium so we can try
> that , but we are a little bit concerned about how long lasting the
> fluorescence signal would be.
> Well, what are your experiences so far.
> All the best
> Christina
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