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Immunohistochemistry Research Lab (IHC Research Lab)

Immunohistochemistry Research Lab (IHC Research Lab)

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Affiliation :  Indiana University School of Medicine

Director:   Muhammad Idrees, MD


The Immunohistochemistry Research Lab specializes in assisting researchers with histologic and immunohistochemical labeling of cells or tissue sections as well as collaborations with surgical pathologists.

Services Offered:
  • Histopathlogy:
    • Processing of formalin fixed tissue into paraffin
    • Sectioning of paraffin blocks
    • Decalcification
    • Other tissue procedures such as cutting thick sections, scrolls, multiple levels per slide, whole mounts, and punches
    • Processing and sectioning of frozen tissues
    • Stains include routine hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) as well as special stains
  • Immunohistochemistry:
    For immunostaining of frozen or paraffin-embedded tissue sections, both traditional “brown stains” (horseradish peroxidase + DAB), alkaline phosphatase (AP) in conjunction with multiple colors for the purpose of multiplex labeling and fluorescent-labeled probes are available.
  • Clinical Antibodies:
    The Immunohistochemical Core Lab offers a number of clinical antibodies for immunolabeling primarily human tissue sections. The Immunohistochemical Lab staff can titer new antibodies.
Contact Information:
Constance Temm, PhD
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