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PT ModuleTM Deparaffinization and Heat-Induced Epitope Retrieval Solution (100X) from Lab Vision

ProductsPT ModuleTM Deparaffinization and Heat-Induced Epitope Retrieval Solution (100X) from Lab Vision
Company Lab Vision
Item PT ModuleTM Deparaffinization and Heat-Induced Epitope Retrieval Solution (100X)
Price $107.00
Description This product is designed to deparaffinize and perform Heat Induced Antigen Retrieval (HIER) on formalin fixed paraffin-embedded tissue sections mounted on glass microscope slides. Deparffinization is accomplished by melting the paraffin at the high temperature used in HIER (over 90degrees C) along with emulsification of the paraffin by detergent. Formaldehyde fixation impairs or totally destroys the immunoreactivity of many antigens and epitopes. The negative effect of formaldehyde fixation can be reversed successfully with enzymatic digestion for some markers while not for others. Non-enzymatic epitope unmasking techniques have been recently introduced to improve the immunoreactivity of many antigens in formaldehyde fixed tissues. Heat-Induced Epitope Retrieval (HIER) in EDTA buffer has been found to improve the reactivity of many antibodies in formal-fixed tissues. The product is designed to be used in the Lab Vision Pretreatment Module TM . Determination of use conditions in any other insrument is the responsibility of the user. The Lab Vision Pretreatment ModuleTM is designed to be used with slide racks used in the Lab vision 360, 480, 720 Autostainer, Biocare Nemesis 7200 autostainer and the DAKOCytomation autostainer and AutostainerPlus. Use of any other slide holding technology is the responsibility of the user.
Info Lab VisionLab Vision
47777 Warm Springs Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94539
Customer Service: 800-828-1628
Fax Number: 510-991-2826
Web Site: http://www.labvision.com
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