This how-to blog post will show you how to use the GlysiteTM Scout Glycan Screening Kit—regardless of which fluorophore your kit comes with. The post will walk you through everything from how to prepare and stain your slides through mounting your finished result
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In this blog post, we will walk you through what exactly lectins are, how they bind to glycans, why this process is important, how to understand this process, and many other insights to help you leverage lectins in your research.
Cancer remains one of the deadliest diseases in the world because we still haven’t fully comprehended why and how it occurs. This article will highlight some areas within cancer research utilizing glycobiology.
Identifying sources of non-specific staining is crucial for determining potential solutions to improve your staining results. This blog post will briefly walk you through commonly encountered sources of non-specific staining in IHC and IF applications.
Check out this innovative article about cancer research to learn how immunohistochemistry is helping scientists improve diagnostics, identify new therapeutic targets, and boost surgical outcomes.
Glycobiology is a rapidly growing field that’s giving insights in a variety of research areas. Discover the role of glycobiology in diagnostics, therapeutics, and so much more in this article.
You spend a lot of time collecting and preparing your tissue samples. Learn tips and tricks to ensure those samples are evenly stained and retained on your slides.
You’ve got lots of options when it comes to choosing a mounting media. Let us help you decide whether setting or non-setting mounting media will work best for your workflow in this Tips & Tricks article.
Lectins are powerful tools with many uses in glycobiology. Discover the ways you can use lectins in your research.
Enhancing the signal-to-noise ratio is essential for obtaining viable data. Choosing the appropriate immunohistochemistry detection system can help.