Re: Irrelevant antiibodies versus omiting the primary Ab for IHC control,

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From:Jeff Silverman <> (by way of histonet)
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Tony and Netters,
My sentiments exactly, that's one reason to always run a panel and not
single antibodies, this way we at least can derive some useful information
from our negative controls.
Jeff SIlverman

> From: Tony Henwood <>
> To:; Bruce A Rasmussen
> Subject: Re: omiting the primary Ab for IHC control,
> Date: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 5:48 PM
> It is a good idea to include a negative control with each case. Often
> when a panel of antibodies (eg S100, keratin and LCAg) are used the
> "negative" control is superfluous since one hopes that the tumour
> will be negative for one of the panel antibodies used.
> Tony Henwood

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