[Histonet] Anyone catch "House" the other night?
Dr. House and his colleagues were doing immuno on Tuesday night! Procedure:
Take large chunk of heart tissue which has not been frozen or in fixative,
but in a petri dish in the fridge, and flop it on to your microscope slide.
Put the slide with the large chunk of tissue on it under the scope. Add
"one microlitre of immunoperoxidase" to the tissue. Look into scope. If it
turns red, it's positive.
I wish our immuno were that easy and quick. Get a Histo consultant on
staff, please! :o)
P.S. And how about those doctors who do biopsies, ultrasounds, draw blood,
and then test it all? In evening gowns and tuxes?
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