Re: [Histonet] F4/80 on formalin fixed frozen spleen

From:Gayle Callis

If you have to do retrieval on frozen section fixed with formalin, then you 
may lose section.

Why do just do paraffin, and then retrieval for F4/80.  Other labs have 
gotten this to work, and has been posted on Histonet - check out archives 
for information.

At 11:40 AM 11/24/2004, you wrote:
>Does anyone know if F4/80 can work on formalin fixed frozen mouse spleen 
>for IHC without antigen retrieval?
>Also, thanks to everyone for their suggestions re. mouse B-cell markers.
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