Pitfalls in immunohistochemistry--a recent example.


Immunohistochemistry is an important and valuable technique in many fields of research, although several common pitfalls can lead to wrong or misinterpreted results. A recently published study [1] claims that the protein MIA (melanoma inhibitory activity) is expressed in Purkinje cells in the cerebellum. Careful re-analysis resulted in negative results. Due… (More)


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@article{Riechers2012PitfallsII, title={Pitfalls in immunohistochemistry--a recent example.}, author={Alexander Riechers and Anja Katrin Bosserhoff}, journal={International journal of clinical and experimental pathology}, year={2012}, volume={5 2}, pages={137-9} }