Fine Structure Immunocytochemistry

@inproceedings{Griffiths1993FineSI,
  title={Fine Structure Immunocytochemistry},
  author={D. G. Griffiths},
  booktitle={Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
  year={1993}
}
  • D. G. Griffiths
  • Published in Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1993
  • Biology
  • Immunocytochemistry is one of the most powerful techniques employed in defining cellular location and analyzing molecular and cellular organizations. It includes the preparation and fixation of cells without adversely affecting the visualization of subcellular structures by usage of highly specific reagents - predominantly labelled antibodies - and electron microscopy analysis. The book describes all practical steps involved in the transition of living cells to a labelled thin section in the… CONTINUE READING
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