Immunohistochemistry and Immunocytochemistry
Microscopy is the most widely used imaging method to explore biological systems, in which immunocytochemistry (ICC), the localization of proteins within cells, and immunohistochemistry (IHC), which reveals the abundance, distribution, and localization of biomarkers within a tissue, can be viewed directly. These techniques provide insight into cellular structure and mechanisms and are applicable for basic research, in addition to being indispensable in clinical settings. Target antigens may be evaluated using specific antibodies directly conjugated with an enzyme or fluorophores, or indirectly using similarly labeled secondary antibodies and reagents.
Detection reagents for 2- and 3-step staining, from fluorophore-conjugated antibodies to biotinylated secondaries, in addition to Avidin and Streptavidin (SAV) reagents.
Buffers and Solutions
Get the best results possible with support reagents optimized for specific staining protocols, including High and Low Protein Blocking Buffers and slide mounting media.