Interview with a scientist: multiplex IHC - past, present and future challenges
Multiplex immunohistochemistry is a powerful investigative tool that allows for the simultaneous visualization of multiple proteins on a single section by using a specific antibody for each protein of interest. Read our interview with Dr. Kristian Moller about the past, present, and future of multiplex immunohistochemistry.
Can I use an antibody targeting a human protein in another model organism?
Can you use an antibody that targets a human protein in another model organism? Under the right conditions, the answer is yes!
Interview with a scientist: IHC - past, present and future challenges
Immunohistochemistry is an essential tool in the diagnostic routine of pathological anatomy laboratories. Here, we discuss the past, present, and future of immunohistochemistry with Dr. Caroline Kampf.
Antigen retrieval - how to succeed with your IHC part II
How to unmask a protein in your sample? Read on to learn about the most common antigen retrieval methods used to restore epitope-antibody binding.
Tissue processing - how to succeed with your IHC
Tissue handling and tissue processing determine the quality of your IHC results. Do you want high resolution? Let’s understand how to achieve it.
Artifacts in IHC: the usual suspects - part II
How to avoid artifacts in your IHC staining. Read on! Troubleshooting is nothing more than the logical elimination of variables.
Artifacts in IHC: the usual suspects - part I
Looking at your staining what do you see? Learn how to identify artifacts in your IHC.
Control your IHC: primary antibody controls you should know
How to choose the perfect control for your immunohistochemistry: 5 methods for primary antibody controls you should know.
Do you have your IHC controls under control?
A controlled experiment is one in which everything is held constant except for one variable. Seems impossible? It only requires a few simple steps and a little bit of effort.
How do I know if I can trust my antibody?
A ‘domino effect’ is not merely a phenomenon that just happens to you, but something you can control and drive. It is in your power to pick the cards that lead towards success. So why not start with an antibody that you can trust?