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The first practical guide to planning, performing and evaluating immunocytochemical experiments
The emphasis in the book is practical, rather than academic, and focuses only on the most productive methods
Because this field is new and emerging, there are numerous advantages of specific methods over other, more generalized methods
The purpose is to show a novice how to do immunocytochemistry without engaging in a discussion of possible advanced methods
Immunocytochemistry is a microscopic method that uses antibodies to localize proteins in tissue sections and cell cultures. Dr. Burry’s book is the first practical guide to planning, performing, and evaluating immunocytochemical experiments designed for novice immunocytochemists. This book’s predominant orientation is academic, focusing only on the most productive methods, with a primary emphasis on animal-based research tissues. The clear descriptions of the methods are easily followed and the specific design charts show how to plan an experiment. Included are a series of experimental cases exploring actual mistakes that demonstrate the approaches presented. Immunocytochemistry is no longer considered a specialized technique - Immunocytochemistry: A Practical Guide for Biomedical Research showcases this mainstream morphological approach in an accessible and exciting manner.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »applications - base - burry - development - enzymes - ibc - immunocytochemistry - methods - tissue