BioSiteHisto offers both common approaches of multiple staining, immunoenzyme and immunofluorescence staining. Chromogenic multi immunohistochemical staining is based on immunoenzymatic reaction with chromogen and enzyme. Great advantage of immunoenzyme staining method is that reserves the morphology of the tissue and the chromogen dye is permanent.
Multistaining – chromogenic and fluorescent
Detection of two or more antigens on one section saves time and the tissue. Multiple IHC staining gives increasing information about different cell population and antigen relationships on the same section.