Immunohistology in Diagnostic Pathology
The advantages and disadvantages of each immunostaining technique are discussed in this informative and useful text. Immunofluorescence and immunoenzyme staining procedures, including acquisition of reagents, tissue preparation, quality control and methodological trouble shooting, are highlighted. The use of immunohistology for diagnostic evaluation of Kidney diseases, skin diseases, lymphoproliferative diseases, difficult to diagnose neoplastic diseases, nervous system diseases, and infectious diseases is presented. This book is beneficial for diagnostic anatomic pathologists, and biomedical researchers.
Advantages and disadvantages of each immunostaining technique
Acquisition of reagents
Methodological trouble shooting
Table of Contents
Immunohistochemical Techniques, Immunohistology of Renal Disease, Immunohistology of Cutaneous Diseases, Immunohistology of Lymphoproliferative Diseases, Immunochemistry in the Diagnosis of "Solid" Malignant Tumors, Antibodies which Recognize Basement Membrane Components - Their Use in Tumor Pathology and Related Conditions, Immunohistology of Intracranial Tumors, Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases by Immunohistology, Immunocytology, and in situ Hybridization. Index.