Signal transduction immunohistochemistry - Methods and protocols

Abstract

Alexander E. Kalyuzhny statement that immunohistochemical detection of labile, low abundance and short-lived signal transduction molecules appears to be a very challenging task actually captures the same reader’s feeling. Each of us daily using immunohistochemical protocols to reveal targets either useful for research or diagnostic aims will surely wonder by which tricky techniques it is possible to overcome the preservation and unmasking of those labile antigens involved in signal transduction. Well, by seventheen chapters grouped in five parts Prof. Alexander E. Kalyuzhny is presenting an invaluable technical and methodological source of hints to satisfy our needs: to overcome troubleshottings if we are already in the field or to orientate those entering the field....

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2011-11-24
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Redi, C. (2011). Signal transduction immunohistochemistry - Methods and protocols. European Journal of Histochemistry, 55(4), br17. https://doi.org/10.4081/ejh.2011.br17