Re: [Histonet] RE: New book

From:Phil McArdle


I believe the difference between the two terms is:
Immunocytochemistry pertains to cultured cells (and possibly 
suspensions?), while immunohistochemistry pertains to sectioned tissue. 
(If I'm wrong, I'd appreciate someone setting me straight, too!)

Best regards,

Phil McArdle

Carl Hobbs wrote:
> Interesting that you use the phrase "immunohistochemistry" , when the book
> you recommend uses "immunocytochemistry". I'd be grateful for clarification
> of terms, Gail.
> Best wishes,
> Carl
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