Re: IHC Multiple staining course
I heard from some of NYU colleages, they have a high opinion about it. I would
like to see it here in North East to take the advantage of it.
Jennifer MacDonald wrote:
> I was fortunate enough to be able to attend this course in 2001. It was
> fantastic! Lots of hands on staining and theory applications. Etten-Leur
> is a wonderful little town. We were able to extend our visit a few days and
> stay in Amsterdam. I highly recommend this course
> Jennifer MacDonald
> Mt. San Antonio College
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Chris van der Loos"
> Sent: Thursday, January 09, 2003 4:12 AM
> Subject: IHC Multiple staining course
> > Dear Histofriends,
> > For all immunostaining enthusiasts it gives me great pleasure to announce
> > the 16th edition of the International Course Multiple Staining in
> > Immunohistochemistry. I will conduct this course at the Polytechnical
> > University Training Center in Etten-Leur, The Netherlands (75 miles south
> > of Amsterdam) from April 2-4, 2003. The hands-on course with approx. 12-14
> > participants deals with double and triple immunoenzyme staining to be
> > performed with commercially available reagents. Protocols will be provided
> > which can be easily adapted to many different applications. The course
> > contains advice how to select the best multiple staining methods in a
> > situation, how they can be applied optimally and invaluable
> > trouble-shooting for the new user in the field. Furthermore, attention
> > be paid to immuno staining effects on using different fixatives for
> > cryostat sections. With paraffin sections, the effects on immuno staining
> > after using different tissue-fixatives (cross-linking and coagulating) and
> > tissue-pretreatment methods will be evaluated.
> > For more information, questions and booking go to: www.novaknowledge.nl.
> > Move to "English", than "Multiple Staining in Immunohistochemistry".
> > All the best wishes for a colorful 2003 and hope to meet you in Holland
> > next April.
> > Chris van der Loos, PhD
> > Academical Medical Center H0-120
> > Dept. of Cardiovascular Pathology
> > Meibergdreef 9
> > NL-1105 AZ Amsterdam
> > The Netherlands
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