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Immunocytochemical Methods and Protocols

  • Lorette C. Javois

Part of the Methods in Molecular Bilogy book series (MIMB, volume 34)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Su- Yau Mao, Lorette C. Javois, Ute M. Kent
    Pages 3-11
  3. Su-Yau Mao
    Pages 49-52
  4. Melissa A. Melan
    Pages 55-66
  5. Gary L. Bratthauer
    Pages 67-73
  6. Gary L. Bratthauer
    Pages 75-79
  7. Gary L. Bratthauer
    Pages 81-87
  8. Gary L. Bratthauer
    Pages 89-95
  9. Gary L. Bratthauer
    Pages 97-104
  10. J. Michael Mullins
    Pages 107-116
  11. Lorette C. Javois
    Pages 117-121
  12. Gary L. Bratthauer
    Pages 165-173
  13. Gary L. Bratthauer
    Pages 175-184
  14. Gary L. Bratthauer
    Pages 185-193
  15. Constance Oliver
    Pages 211-216
  16. Robert E. Cunningham
    Pages 225-228
  17. Robert E. Cunningham
    Pages 229-232
  18. Robert E. Cunningham
    Pages 233-238
  19. Robert E. Cunningham
    Pages 239-241
  20. Robert E. Cunningham
    Pages 243-247
  21. Liana Harvath, Douglas A. Terle
    Pages 249-259
  22. Liana Harvath
    Pages 261-268
  23. Liana Harvath, Robert R. Aksamit, Robert E. Cunningham
    Pages 269-279
  24. Liana Harvath, Douglas A. Terle
    Pages 281-287
  25. Constance Oliver
    Pages 291-298
  26. Constance Oliver
    Pages 299-302
  27. Constance Oliver
    Pages 303-307
  28. Constance Oliver
    Pages 309-313
  29. Constance Oliver
    Pages 315-319
  30. Constance Oliver
    Pages 321-328
  31. Lorette C. Javois, J. Michael Mullins
    Pages 331-334
  32. Roland M. Nardone
    Pages 367-374
  33. Gilbert E. Herman, Edna A. Elfont, Alton D. Floyd
    Pages 383-403
  34. Back Matter
    Pages 429-435

About this book

Introduction

The principle that antibodies can be used as cytochemical agents provided they are tagged with suitable markers has been evident for over 50 years. During this time the use of immunocytochemical meth­ ods has spread to a wide array of biological disciplines. Early applica­ tions focused on the detection of microbial antigens in tissues, while more recent applications have used monoclonal antibodies to study cell differentiation during embryonic development. For a select few disci­ plines, volumes have been published focusing on the specific applica­ tion of immunocytochemical techniques to that discipline. What distinguishes the present book, Immunocytochemical Meth­ ods and Protocols, from earlier books is its broad appeal to researchers in all disciplines, including those in both research and clinical settings. The methods and protocols presented here are designed to be general in their application and the accompanying "Notes" provide invaluable assistance in adapting or troubleshooting the protocols. Interspersed throughout the book are chapters providing overviews of select topics related to immunocytochemistry.

Editors and affiliations

  • Lorette C. Javois
    • 1
  1. 1.The Catholic University of AmericaWashington, DC

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1385/089603285X
  • Copyright Information Humana Press 1995
  • Publisher Name Humana Press
  • eBook Packages Springer Protocols
  • Print ISBN 978-0-89603-285-9
  • Online ISBN 978-1-59259-521-1
  • Series Print ISSN 1064-3745
  • Series Online ISSN 1940-6029
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