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Protocol Guide: Immunofluorescent Staining of Whole-Mount Organoids using Antibodies
How to stain organoids? A complete step-by-step protocol for immunofluorescent (IF) and immunocytochemical (ICC) staining of organoid cultures using antibodies
3-Step ColorWheel® Flow Cytometry Reagent Preparation Protocol
Experience simplicity in your flow cytometry workflow with the 3-Step ColorWheel® Flow Cytometry Reagent Preparation protocol. With less than 5 minutes of hands-on time, see how simple it is to create your own optimal flow cytometry reagents with ColorWheel® flow
FSL Construct Protocol
FSL Constructs are compounds based on KODE™ technology designed to label hydrophobic surfaces including living cells with carbohydrates, biotin, fluorophores, or 125I.
Preparation of FSL-Tyr1 Construct Protocol
FSL-Tyr1 is comprised predominantly of an N-formyltyrosine monomer, which can be radiolabeled with 125I
Prestige Antibody® Immunofluorescence Procedure
We presents a protocol for Immunofluorescence Procedure. A large number of the Prestige Antibodies have been used in subcellular localization studies by immunofluorescence (IF) staining of three cell lines: A-431, U-2 OS, and U-251MG.
ColorWheel® Flow Cytometry Protocol
View ColorWheel® protocol steps for flow cytometry analysis when using ColorWheel® antibodies with ColorWheel® dyes including antibody preparation, PBMC sample preparation, cell surface staining, and intracellular (cytoplasmic) staining.
Flow Cytometry Guide
Explore our flow cytometry guide to uncover flow cytometry basics, traditional flow cytometer components, key flow cytometry protocol steps, and proper controls.
Key Steps in Flow Cytometry Protocols
Learn key steps in flow cytometry protocols to make your next flow cytometry experiment run with ease.