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Selecting the right detection for your IHC/ISH project (Fluorescence vs Chromogenic Staining)

Shenna Washington
Shenna Washington Sr. Field Applications Specialist at Leica Biosystems

There are several significant considerations to keep in mind when developing successful and reproducible staining assays. Choosing the appropriate detection method for tissue targets will allow researchers to produce the most compelling visual images to support their research goals. We will discuss some of the major factors that contribute to effective single and multiplex staining assays.

For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

About the presenter

Shenna Washington
Shenna Washington , Sr. Field Applications Specialist at Leica Biosystems

Shenna Washington is a Sr. Field Applications Specialist with Leica Biosystems, providing technical support to researchers on the full range of Bond IHC/ISH instruments and products. Shenna has worked in the field of research histology, immunohistochemistry, and microscopy for over 20 years, both in the academic and commercial sectors of the scientific research industry.

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