Re: [Histonet] biotin blocking for frozen sections
We have used Vectors Avidin/biotin kits. Now, however, with our
Strepavidin- Biotin methods, we now use their Strepavidin/biotin blocking kit.
I have heard that DAKO's avidin/biotin blocking kit is stronger, more
concentrated in order to block endogenous and unwanted biotins when using
the CSA or tyramide amplification method (TSA) - certainly worth a try.
At 09:10 AM 11/14/2005, you wrote:
>For FROZEN sections of mouse tissue, what are people using to block
>biotin. I am having problems with the standard kits I use.
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