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immunohistochemical staining using DAB chromogen.

Last updated on Monday, April 20 2009 by gliageek

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immunohistochemical staining using DAB chromogen.
An example of what an immune stain looks like. By far, the most common chromogen used in developing immunocytochemical reactions is diaminobenzidine (DAB), which imparts a brown color where antibody has bound to the tissue. This is an immune stain staining for amyloid, and illustrates the collection of amyloid (brown) on in a blood vessel. The rest of the tissue does not stain brown, because it is relatively free of amyloid.

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