By George P. Studzinski
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PBS . TdT Method 11. Dewax and rehydrate sections as detailed in Protocol 7. 12. Incubate sections with proteinase K in PBS (40 ug/ml) for 20 min. B. This step is usually carried out on the bench. Day to day changes in room temperature can, therefore, have a significant effect on the degree of digestion and, hence, the final results. An ambient temperature of 18-20°C is recommended. 13. 3% H2O2/PBS for 15 min. 35 fames W. Wilson and Christopher S. Potten Protocol 13. Continued 14. Wash twice with PBS (5 min each wash) and incubate with x 1 Oncor equilibration buffer for 30 min.
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2. 1,1 Slide preparation The majority of protocols outlined in this chapter require the mounting of samples on glass microscope slides. In order to increase the adhesiveness of cel] or tissue sections, slides need to be coated, or 'subbed'. The two most eommon subbing agents are gelatine and 3-aminopropyl triethoxysilane (APES), Gelatine is a good general purpose reagent, however, if microwavebased antigen retrieval is used for immunohistochemistry that is to be carried out in parallel with morphological assessment, then APES is recommended.
Apoptosis: A Practical Approach (Practical Approach Series) by George P. Studzinski