Cat no : PK10017
The PK10017 kit is designed for developing a complete IHC workflow using primary antibodies raised in rabbits. The kit contains all the basic reagents, starting from antigen retrieval buffer to mounting media, that would be required for IHC staining of tissue sections with rabbit primary antibodies. By simply optimizing the primary antibody concentration and a few operational parameters, a complete IHC workflow can be easily established using this kit.
|HC001||Antigen Retrieval Buffer (50× Tris-EDTA)||100 mL|
|HC002||Washing Buffer (30×)||120 mL|
|HC003||Blocking Buffer||5 mL|
|HC000||Quenching buffer (RTU)||5 mL|
|HC004||Primary Antibody Diluent (RTU)||100 mL|
|HC005R||Polymer HRP-Goat anti-Rabbit Secondary Antibody||5 mL|
|HC006||Chromogen Component A||0.2 mL|
|HC007||Chromogen Component B||4 mL|
|HC008||Signal Enhancer||5 mL|
|HC009||Counter Staining Reagent||5 mL|
|HC0010||Mounting Media||5 mL|
Size: 50-80 tests (may vary depending on tissue size)
All the reagents are stored at 2-8°C. The kit is stable for 6 months from the date of receipt.
This kit is recommended for FFPE tissues and not for frozen sections.
This kit contains an antigen retrieval buffer based on Tris-EDTA by default, which in our experience is suitable for over 90% of targets. However, if a negative result is obtained using this buffer, we recommend trying alternative buffers listed below.
# PR30001 Sodium Citrate Antigen Retrieval Buffer 50x
# PR30014 Protease K Retrieval Buffer (A+B) (Heating is not required with this buffer)
Refer to user's manual for instructions on developing an IHC workflow using this kit.
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