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Tips, Tricks, and Optimization: A User's Guide to BOND RX and Chromogenic Multiplexing in Research Applications
Slide 1 Hello, hello; thank you so much for that introduction. Let's get started. Oh, I'm sorry, I just need to hit this next button here. So my name is Mark Lawson. Thank you for joining us in this webinar. I'm here to present BOND RX tips, tricks, and optimization. It's going to be a user guide from the BOND RX and chromogenic multiplexing in the research application. Slide 2 So, my name is Mark Lawson. I'm an application specialist on the Life Sciences team at Leica Biosystems I provide technical support for the Life Sciences portfolio, including but not limited to the BOND RX, the BOND RXm, and a wide array of reagents. So I've worked in the histology field for about 15 years and in both clinical and research spaces. I started off as a histotechnologist and worked my way up...
Tips & Tricks to Multiplexing: How to Choose Chromogen Colors for Multiplex and Detection Systems for Multiplex Assays
Learn more about multiplexing and explore these educational videos and infographics to understand how to choose chromogen colors for multiplex, as well as the different detection systems available for multiplex assays.
The first virtual event of the year recaptured the conference atmosphere at the Multiplex User Meeting. With Leica Biosystems total multiplex solutions and trusted partners, advances in multiplex IHC were innovatively showcased to customers via live presentations, on-demand webinars, virtual exhibition hall, networking room and, virtual lab tour!
Leica biosystems BOND RX stainer can aid biomarker and drug discovery by offering fast, customized, consistent, fluorescent or chromogenic multiplex IHC and ISH on your research samples. The result? Freeing up your time to innovate, investigate and discover!
BOND Mixing Stations are reusable inserts with six vials for mixing and catalyzing chromogens prior to slide application. Fresh chromogen promotes high quality staining. Replacing the mixing stations at recommended intervals ensures that the mixed chromogen does not become contaminated.