Immunohistochemistry (IHC) Resource Guide

Since 1976, Vector Laboratories has been an industry leader in the development and manufacturing of labeling and detection technologies for Immunohistochemistry (IHC). To this day, our objective remains focused on producing reliable and consistent reagents that instill trust and confidence, streamline workflows, and allow for the elucidation of complex biological systems. With our knowledge base of over 100 years of combined IHC experience, we have the ability to accelerate the pace of your scientific discovery.

IHC Guide Overview

This comprehensive guide starts with overview of the IHC workflow and proceeds to reference everything you need to know about IHC from choosing the right detection system to performing multiple antigen (multicolor/multiplex) labeling.

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Comprehensive IHC guide starts with an overview of the IHC workflow and proceeds to reference everything you need to know about IHC from choosing the right detection system to performing multiple antigen (multicolor/multiplex) labeling.
Front cover of IHC guide: Mouse liver section in which human colorectal cancer-derived organoids have spread. This liver metastasis shows the invading tumor front (keratin-20, brown tumor cell) growing from the top of the images towards the bottom, embedded in increasing surrounding connective tissue (fibronectin, green fibers). All nuclei of human tumor cells and the mouse hepatocytes in the lower part of the image were stained with a nuclear membrane marker (lamin A, red round shapes). Slight green staining in the lower part of the image shows connective tissue that surrounds blood vessels in normal liver tissue. (Image provided by Dr. Steffen Rickelt and Dr. Jatin Roper, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA).