RE: Apoptosis in frozen sections

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From:"Patterson, Noelle" <PattersonN@NMRIPO.NMRI.NNMC.NAVY.MIL> (by way of histonet)
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I am currently working with rhesus tissue, but will, in the next 6 months or
so, need to do the same on human tissue.  Do you think there is much
difference between these tissues in the response to the assay?  We are using
mostly anti-human antibodies for the IHC on the rhesus.

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> From: 	Gayle Callis[]
> Sent: 	Tuesday, December 08, 1998 2:56 PM
> Subject: 	RE: Apoptosis in frozen sections
> Are you working with human tissue?  If so the Trevingen kit is easy to
> use,
> cheaper than Apotag (Oncor) and used on paraffin with some antigen
> retrieval technic (rice steamer).  We did this in a workshop with a
> microprobe staining set up, and it was spectacular.
> Gayle Callis

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