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Item PicTure - Double Staining Kit
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Description Double staining is a technique used to reveal two distinct antigens in a single tissue.(1-6) PicTure™-Double Staining Kit is a Zymed polymer double staining detection method for detecting two antigens simultaneously in the same human cell or tissue sample with increased sensitivity. The antigens can be identified using two different primary antibodies from mouse (or rat) and rabbit (or guinea pig) species. Zymeds PicTure™-Double Staining kit allows the mouse (or rat) and rabbit (or guinea pig) primary antibodies to be applied simultaneously on tissue specimens.PicTure™-Double Staining contains two enzyme polymer conjugates: Gt anti-Mouse IgG-HRP & Gt anti-Rabbit IgG-AP polymer conjugates. Both enzyme polymer conjugates can be applied on the specimen at the same time. This simultaneous double staining method is faster and easier than a sequential method. The polymer conjugate contains multiple enzymes and Fab fragments of second antibodies to provide excellent sensitivity. In addition, PicTure™-Double Staining does not contain biotin or streptavidin and uses only Fab fragments, so potential background due to endogenous biotin activity or Fc receptors is completely avoided.PicTure™-Double Staining kit utilizes two distinct substrate/chromogen/enzyme systems. Goat anti-Mouse IgG-HRP is used with DAB to produce one stain (brown); Goat anti-Rabbit IgG-AP is used with Fast-Red to produce a second stain (red).
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