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10 Tips for Quantifying Immunohistochemistry Staining

How To Guide   Nov 29, 2018 | by By Alexandra Boussommier-Calleja, PhD

 
10 Tips for Quantifying Immunohistochemistry Staining

Human HeLa cancer cells in culture showing the nuclei in red and the tubulin component of the cytoskeleton in green. The blue staining is a mitotic checkpoint protein that remains in the cytoplasm until pro-metaphase when it is involved in regulating cell division. HeLa cells are derived from a human cervical cancer and can be propagated indefinitely in culture. Image credit: Matthew Daniels, Wellcome Images via The Cell Image Library

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