Re: [Histonet] Basic ISH and IHC

From:Amy Porter

Dako sells a nice very basic handbook for IHC it is now in it's 3rd edition.  I believe it is also downloadable in pdf format from their website. wrote:

Hello all,
I am looking for any books/information regarding basic (very basic) theories
and explanations for ISH and IHC. We do ISH in our lab and know the
technique, but not the theory, so I'm trying to find information on these
subjects. I've looked at, but most of the books seem way beyond
"basic." What we are looking for is something that can give us at least
"beginners" information. I spoke to our Ventana rep. and suggested that
Ventana should put on regional workshops. (are you reading this Ventana?)
With so many histology labs using this technology it would be helpful to
have background. Its easy to slap some slides on a machine, put the
dispensers on, click start and walk we need to know the how and
why we do this. Any information/suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Julie Sanders, BA, HT(ASCP)
Supervisor, Anatomic Pathology
VA Medical Center
3200 Vine St. ML113
Cincinnati, Ohio 45220

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Amy S.Porter, HT(ASCP), QIHC
Michigan State University - Department of Physiology
Division of Human Pathology 
Investigative Histopathology Laboratory
2201 Biomedical Physical Sciences  Room 2133
East Lansing, MI  48824-3320
Ph:  517-355-6475 ext 1480/1481
Fax:  517-432-1368

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