[Histonet] Detection Systems

Mac Donald, Jennifer jmacdonald at mtsac.edu
Sat Feb 5 15:26:34 CST 2022

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     I use polymers regularly, but keep a small kit of LSAB or the like on
hand for oddball solutions like when someone gives me a biotinylated
antibody or an antibody with next to no information about what it was
raised in. I don't mind a biotinylated antibody all that much, but no
species info is really frustrating. It has it's uses on occasion.

Amos Brooks

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> Are labs using LSAB detection?  I know the polymers are more popular, but
> was wondering if avidin/biotin is still being used?
> Thanks,
> Jennifer
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