Formic acid antigen retrieval is a low pH tissue pretreatment used in immunohistochemistry.
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Hydrochloric Acid Antigen Retrieval Protocol
Hydrochloric acid antigen retrieval is a technique used to improve staining on paraffin embedded tissues.
An Overview of Antigen Retrieval Methods
Learn the basics of antigen retrieval, an essential method in immunohistochemistry.
“A” medium is a minimal low-osmolarity media for E. Coli
M63 is a minimal, low osmolarity media for E. Coli, resulting in slower growth rate of these cells.
Antibiotics Used in Molecular Biology
A handy reference sheet describing properties of antibiotics used in molecular biology.
M9 is a minimal, low osmolarity media for E. Coli.
Gallyas Silver Stain
The Gallyas Silver stain is used in neuropathology for the detection of neurofibrillary tangles, associated with neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s disease.
Bielschowsky Silver Tissue Stain for Axons and Alzheimer’s Disease
The Bielschowsky Silver Stain is a classical histological silver stain used for the detection of pathology associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
Paraffin Sectioning Technique (video)
This YouTube video provides an overview of sectioning paraffin embedded tissue using a rotary microtome.