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===Description===
  
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TSA Enhanced Direct Immunofluorescent Staining of CMV infected cells. The comparison can be seen between this picture and the previous one, demonstrating the benefit of using CSA/TSA method.
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===Reference===
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PerkinElmer, 2010, "How does Tyramide Signal Ampification (TSA) work?", Accessed May 23rd, 2010, <http://las.perkinelmer.com/ApplicationsSummary/Applications/How-does-Tyramide-Signal-Amplification-work.htm>
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===Copyright Statement===
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Emailed Permission.
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"You have our permission to use the images. If it is possible can you put a link to our site? <www.perkinelmer.com/tsa>
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Best Regards,
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Trent Rector, M. Sc. PerkinElmer Scientific Technical Support Specialist"

Latest revision as of 22:32, 23 May 2010

Description

TSA Enhanced Direct Immunofluorescent Staining of CMV infected cells. The comparison can be seen between this picture and the previous one, demonstrating the benefit of using CSA/TSA method.

Reference

PerkinElmer, 2010, "How does Tyramide Signal Ampification (TSA) work?", Accessed May 23rd, 2010, <http://las.perkinelmer.com/ApplicationsSummary/Applications/How-does-Tyramide-Signal-Amplification-work.htm>

Copyright Statement

Emailed Permission.

"You have our permission to use the images. If it is possible can you put a link to our site? <www.perkinelmer.com/tsa>

Best Regards,

Trent Rector, M. Sc. PerkinElmer Scientific Technical Support Specialist"

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