I tried several tunnel kits and was not ever happy with any of them, and they
were very expensive. We could not ever tell the difference between necrosis
and apopotosis, so they were all useless to us.
> I am going to incorporate apoptosis assays into our routine lab procedures
> and would like some input into which detection methods people have found
> they like the best and since we always made up our own solutions I would
> also like to know which kits if any that people use routinely. I need
> flexible visualization because of the preferences of the different
> investigators and will be viewing paraformaldehyde fixed paraffin embedded
> tissues and cell supensions mouse tumors and bone marrow smears.......too
> much info? not enough? let me know.
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