Immuno

IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY ANTIBODY PROVIDED
Tissues receive automated processing, manual embedding, sectioning, automated immunohistochemical staining, coverslipping, labeling, technical quality control, and packaging. These tests are completed with the individual primary antibody for the test being provided by the researcher. These techniques may require multiple methods of pre-treatment prior to immunostaining. May also be performed on frozen tissue.

IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY NO ANTIBODY PROVIDED
Tissues receive automated processing, manual embedding, sectioning, automated immunohistochemical staining, coverslipping, labeling, technical quality control, and packaging. These tests are completed with the individual primary antibody for the test NOT being provided by the researcher. These techniques may require multiple methods of pre-treatment prior to immunostaining. May also be performed on frozen tissue.

IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY TESTING CHARGE
This charge is utilized for samples undergoing research and development of protocols. Many times cross-reactivity and effects of fixation are unknown. Once a working protocol for the researcher has been established they are upgraded to the normal fees for service. Tissues receive automated processing, manual embedding, sectioning, automated immunohistochemical staining, coverslipping, labeling, technical quality control, and packaging. Individual primary antibody for the test may or may not be provided by the researcher. These techniques may require multiple methods of pre-treatment prior to immunostaining. May also be performed on frozen tissue.

IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY NEGATIVE CONTROL
This is given to researchers at no cost. The reagents required are already being utilized within the staining protocol. Tissues receive automated processing, manual embedding, sectioning, automated immunohistochemical staining, coverslipping, labeling, technical quality control, and packaging. Individual primary antibody for the test may or may not be provided by the researcher. These techniques may require multiple methods of pre-treatment prior to immunostaining. May also be performed on frozen tissue.