Re: Immuno on freezing microtome sections.
|From:||Maria Mejia <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Well, I've cut lots of cortex tissue on the sliding microtome @
thickness ranging from 30-50 microns and when I've done IHC I
always free-float them through the immunostaining method I'm using.
The immunostaining protocols I do are the standard immuno detection
methods. I don't know anything about PGP 9.5. When you cut the
sections store them in tissue wells w/0.1M PB (use tissue well size
equal to the size of the tissue) and place in the refrig @ 4C. I
always store tissue, if need to store for long term, in the
1gm PVP-40 (1% polyvinylpyrolidone, Sigma cat# PVP-40
30ml ethylene glycol
Make up the volume to 100ml w/0.1M PB @ pH 7.4
Hope this bit helps.
Smith-Kettlewell Eye Res. Inst.
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