Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is the most widely recognized use of immunostaining. Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is utilized in histology to distinguish the presence of specific protein markers that can help with precise tumor classification and diagnosing. IHC takes its name from the roots "immuno", about antibodies utilized in the technique, and "histo", which means tissue. Immunohistochemistry has developed to complement the Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E) and Special Stain methods that normally show tissue morphology (structure). Where H&E and Special Stains are vague, IHC is directed to a particular protein marker or markers. IHC is utilized as a diagnostic tool to aid the finding of tumors and cytological samples and has been utilized as a standard diagnostic tool for practically 50 years.
IHC is an astounding recognition method and has the gigantic benefit of having the option to show precisely where a given protein is situated inside the tissue examined. It is likewise a successful method to examine the tissues. This has made it a broadly utilized procedure in neurosciences, enabling researchers to examine protein expression inside the brain structures.
Autostainer Link 48 provides labs with software and connectivity options that will greatly improve workload management and report generation while maintaining optimal immunohistochemistry staining results.
The Dako Coverslipper is a compact unit. It is small enough to fit inside fume cabinets and it can handle up to 600 slides per hour making it one of the fastest glass coverslippers currently available and setting a new benchmark in instrument design.
Hybridizer is a hands-free denaturation and hybridization instrument designed for slide-based fluorescence and chromogenic in situ hybridization (FISH and CISH, respectively) on histology and cytology samples.