Re: [Histonet] Question about IHC Stains on Mohs frozen sections
There is an article by Dr. John Zitelli about IHC on frozen mohs sections
in Dermatology Surgery, 2004, 30:403-408. Hope it would be of help.
At 06:21 PM 1/16/2005 +0000, you wrote:
>I would like to solicit responses from anyone currently performing
>immunohistochemical(IHC) stains on Mohs frozen sections on a routine or
>semi-routine basis. I am interested in information about antibodies used
>for melanoma as well as for basal cell or squamous cell carcinomas.
>This is a relatively new area of use for IHC stains and there is growing
>interest in the application of these technics for routine use in the
>clinical Mohs lab.
>Any of you who know me know I have many years of histology experience
>including performing IHC on paraffin sections, both manually and by
>automated IHC stainers. I am interested in use of specific antibodies,
>including manufacturers and protocols for manual staining.
>Thank you in advance for taking the time to help me out.
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