Re: IHC chromogen (NovaRED)

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From:"J. A. Kiernan" <>
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Date:Wed, 19 May 1999 16:23:28 -0400 (EDT)
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On Wed, 19 May 1999, wrote:

> The Vector NovaRED was developed to provide a red peroxidase substrate 
> which could be dehydrated through ethanols, cleared and permanently 
> mounted. The reaction kinetics of Vector NovaRED are similar to DAB, and 
> it produces a red reaction product which is 5x greater in sensitivity 
> than AEC. 

   Please can you tell us what NovaRED is (its chemical
   name)? Also is there any published literature about the
   chemistry of it and its red oxidation product?
   (Sorry to ask if this is all in the Vector catalogue.
    The only one on my shelf is several years old.)

   Thanks in advance,

 John A. Kiernan,
 Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology,
 The University of Western Ontario,
 LONDON,  Canada  N6A 5C1
   FAX (Department): (519) 661-3936

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