QMUL Science Alive: Immunohistochemistry

QMUL Science Alive:  Immunohistochemistry

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Fearon Cassidy demonstrates Immunohistochemistry to localise the expression of the DLK1 protein in tissue sections using the indirect staining method and signal amplification using Avidin - Biotin Complex.  This video includes an animation of the interactions that occur on the slide. Length is 6:48.

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