Re: [Histonet] immunofluorescence staining in frozen tissue
I used Ki67 antibody (ab833 at 1:50) from Abcam or H-300 antibosy at
1:200 from Santa Cruz. I fix the tissue in ice-cold acetone for 5
minutes. I found it was very important to permeabilize the tissue with
TBS + 0.025% TritonX-100 (follow Abcam protocol) for 5 minutes before
blocking. If I deleted this step, the nuclear staining was very weak for
Best of luck,
Kelly Yang wrote:
>We are working on immunofluorescence staining with two markers, ki67 and DNMT1, in human bladder tissue. I had tried ki67 from Dako and DNMT1 from Imgenex, but none of them give us the good result.
>Does anyone have a protocol for staining frozen tissue with Ki67 or DNMT1? Also which antibody are you recommending?
>Thank you for your help in advance.
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