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Antibodies & Controls

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Antibodies & Controls
Primary Antibodies are intended for use on tissue sections whereas control Reagents are well-suited as qualitative negative controls for the primary antibodies.
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Dako immunohistochemistry products provide high staining quality, improved standardization and increased efficiency enabling the ultimate goal of increased patient safety. The broad portfolio of Dako products is continuously enhanced with new generations of carefully selected and clinically relevant reagents and instruments. Dako immunohistochemistry products help pathology laboratories achieve high staining quality, improved standardization and increased efficiency, enabling the ultimate goal of increased patient safety. Standard staining protocols for our FLEX RTU antibodies combined with integrated instrument and software platforms enable consistent and reliable results. Dakoimmunohistochemistry portfolio is a complete solution with a high focus on quality and service that helps simplify work processes, removes variation and minimizes possible staining imperfections.

Primary Antibodies are intended for use on tissue sections. Polyclonal antibodies are provided as whole serum, Ig fractions, F(ab')2 fragments or affinity isolated. Monoclonal antibodies are generally provided as tissue culture supernatants or purified from culture supernatants. FLEX RTU GA-series is designed for the Dako Omnis platform, the IR-series is designed for Autostainer Link 48 and the IS-series is designed for Dako Autostainer instruments. Antibody Cocktails will provide a two-color staining reaction on the same tissue section. Multipurpose Antibodies are concentrated polyclonal antibodies usable for techniques besides immunohistochemistry. Secondary Antibodies are primarily utilized for amplification of the antibody/antigen reaction. Control Reagents are well-suited as qualitative negative controls for the primary antibodies. All antibody reagents for immunohistochemistry are in liquid form and contain an antimicrobial agent.
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