Item description for Immunohistochemistry: Methods Express Series (Methods Express) by Simon Renshaw...
Immunohistochemistry has long been a cornerstone technique in biomedical research, but there have been major new developments in recent years, including a growing trend towards automation and high throughput technology.
These new techniques, often coupled with some of the established methodology, have seen an expanding range of applications.
Immunohistochemistry: Methods Express is a comprehensive research guide that describes both the key new techniques and more established methods. Every chapter discusses the merits and limitations of the various approaches and then provides selected tried-and-tested protocols, as well as a plethora of good practical advice, for immediate use at the bench.
This book is an essential laboratory manual for all life science researchers who use immunochemistry. It is a book which both experienced researchers and those new to the field will find invaluable.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 7" Height: 10.5" Weight: 1.7 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2005
Publisher Scion Publishing Ltd.
ISBN 1904842178 ISBN13 9781904842170
Reviews - What do customers think about Immunohistochemistry: Methods Express Series (Methods Express)?
geared for lab researcher Jan 16, 2008
Renshaw's book is geared towards the researcher in the lab, who wants or needs to use the enclosed methods. There is a modicum of theory as background for the various approaches. But the essence of the book is in the detailed experimental advice. Especially the protocols. These are written in an easy to follow fashion. But with all the necessary low level experimental steps needed for preparation.
The collection of protocols might be considered by some readers to be the core of the book. However, Renshaw also provides advice on experimental design. For the instances when none of the protocols exactly fits your needs.