I concur. The DAKO IHC handbook has just been revised and this is the 3rd
edition. This handbook is free from DAKO, www.dakousa.com I hand it out to all
those who attend my QIHC workshop.
"Harvey, Jennifer" wrote:
> Dako has a great handbook they put out called Immunochemical Staining
> Methods. I think it might be what you are looking for. My Dako rep. gave it
> to me and I think they are free!!!
> Jennifer Harvey
> > ----------
> > From: Steve.Scholz@osfhealthcare.org
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 11:31 AM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: information
> > Hello Histonet:
> > I am looking for some information that I am sure the highly intelligent,
> > beautiful, and modest Histonetters can help me with. As I am fairly new
> > at
> > being the "top dog" in our lab there are some things that I want to do but
> > lack the knowledge on how to get them started. The main thing is that we
> > need to boost our continuing education. What do you do for yours and is
> > there anything online that I can use as a resource.
> > The other thing is that we have had IHC in our lab for more than a year.
> > It is on an automated stainer and I have no problems with working the
> > equipment. What I do not know is the theory behind the staining.
> > Pressing
> > buttons only triggers so much cognitive thought. Luckily we have a 30+
> > year Tech whom is IHC certified so I can put allot of faith in her, but I
> > need to educate myself. Is there any text books or journals that I can
> > purchase for reference. I did some research for these myself but was
> > woefully disappointed in the results. It seems as if there is not much
> > out
> > there.
> > Any information I can get on either of these two subjects would greatly
> > appreciated.
> > Thank you in advance.
> > Stephen J. Scholz HT(ASCP)
> > Histology Laboratory
> > OSF St. Anthony Medical Center
> > Rockford Illinois
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