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Tyramide Signal Amplification for Imaging Applications: Techniques for the Most Challenging IHC and ISH Targets

Tyramide Signal Amplification for Imaging Applications: Techniques for the Most Challenging IHC and ISH Targets
Free Web Event
Available on Demand

Finding answers to the most pressing questions in areas such as neuroscience, cancer research and developmental biology often requires detection of targeted protein, mRNA or microRNA in cells and tissues at very low levels, in some cases down to a single copy. Tyramide Signal Amplification (TSA) dramatically improves the sensitivity of these assays while preserving or even enhancing resolution. In most cases, TSA can be added to an existing assay using the current primary antibody or probe and maintaining the existing detection label and method.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn the principles of Tyramide Signal Amplification (TSA) and how to apply it to your assay
  • Get tips for optimization from experts researchers who have incorporated TSA into their routine assays
  • Understand how to multiplex with TSA
  • Ask the experts your questions live

Sponsored By PerkinElmer

Moderator
Patrick C.H. Lo, Ph.D.
Associate Editor,
BioTechniques

Speaker
Cláudia Gaspar
Post-doctoral Fellow,
Developmental Biology Unit
Instituto de Medicina Molecular

Speaker
Wanda Wang
Research Specialist,
Division of Neuropathology
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Speaker
Jeffrey Killian, Ph.D.
Director, Bio-discovery
Global Technical Support
PerkinElmer, Inc.

Free Web Event
Available on Demand

Video Date: December 07 2010 Run Time:
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