Immunohistochemistry (IHC) Antibodies

Immunohistochemistry Antibody Search
• Strict Quality Assurance System
• High Sensitivity
• Examinationed by Multiple Tissues and Samples
• Specificity Ensured by Antigen Blocking
• Multiple Application: IHC, FC, WB, IP, ELISA
• Excellent Reproducibility
• Covering Different Species:Human, mouse, rat,…….
• Paraffin and Frozen Section Included
• Rabbit Mab,Mouse Mab,Rabbit Pab Included
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Rabbit monoclonal antibodies

High affinity The best signal-to-noise rate performance
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Rabbit pab
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Mouse mab
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Rigorous examinations by multiple tissues and samples

colon cancer hepar skin
prostate sample 1 prostate sample 2 prostate sample 3

Ensure the specificity by antigen blocking

lymphonodus lymphonodus:antigen blocking

Strict lot-to-lot validations to ensure the excellent reproducibility for each product

Batch 1 Batch 2 Batch 3
• Involving six different species
• Include paraffin and frozen section
• 100+ kinds of tissues about
• different species
• Various types of antibodies
• Covering almost all research fields

By Species

By Subcellular Localization

By Tissue Slice Type

Immunofluorescence / IF / ICC Background

Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is the process whereby antibodies are used to detect proteins (antigens) in cells within a tissue section (for instance liver, pancreas or the heart). IHC makes it possible to visualize the distribution and localization of specific cellular components within cells and in the proper tissue context. When a tissue sample is passed to a lab to be examined for disease, there are several details that cannot be determined easily. Several diseases or disease sub-types may look alike or appear to have similar size cells under a microscope but have different behaviors and necessary treatments. The best way to differentiate them is to detect specific molecules on these cells that act as markers.
Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is a technique that uses antibodies (matching molecules) that can seek out, identify and attach themselves to these markers on cells. The antibodies themselves can be seen under the microscope, which helps the technician make a precise identification.
Immunohistochemistry (IHC) has found numerous applications in medicine, especially in cancer diagnosis. Lymphomas are among the cancers most dependent on IHC for correct diagnosis and treatment decisions. IHC is also widely used in basic research to understand the distribution and localization of biomarkers and differentially expressed proteins in different parts of a biological tissue.