nitrocellulase film slides

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Do the commercial slides that have a thin layer of microporous
nitrocellulose film on them have trouble with background due to antibody
binding?  It seems from my Western blotting days that nitrocellulose binds
proteins. I assume the nitrocellulose is to get "stuff" (i.e. cells, tissue
sections, etc) to bind.  Does anyone have experience with these or are they
just a gimic?

Ty Lee

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