In Situ Molecular Pathology and Co-Expression AnalysesEdited by
- Gerard Nuovo
In Situ Molecular Pathology and Co-Expression Analyses explains, in easy-to-understand language, simplified ways of understanding and performing in situ hybridization and immunohistochemistry tests. The book also focuses on straightforward protocols used to simultaneously detect two or more proteins/nucleic acids within intact tissue by doing co-expression analyses.
The fields of in situ hybridization and immunohistochemistry have expanded rapidly due to the use of computer-based analysis. To get the most out of these automated platforms, researchers and diagnostic biomedical investigators must have a solid understanding of the basics of in situ-based tests, protocols, and regimens for troubleshooting.
Practicing molecular pathologists, clinical chemists, and toxicologists, as well as clinicians and researchers in training, will benefit from this book's clear presentation of protocols and theoretical framework.
Pathologists, clinical chemists, and toxicologists; practicing clinicians, fellows, and residents in pathology
Hardbound, 298 Pages
Published: February 2013
Imprint: Academic Press
"If you perform this type of testing in your laboratory, you must get this book. When you think all experimental approaches for in situ molecular testing methods have failed, have faith and refer to this book for the solution."-- Doody.com,October 25, 2013 "Nuovo presents a textbook on in-situ-based molecular pathology for readers with minimum prior knowledge of molecular pathology in general and in-situ-based molecular pathology in particular."-- Reference and Research Book News,August 2013
3. The Biochemical Basis of In Situ Hybridization and Immunohistochemistry
4. The Basics of In Situ Hybridization
5. The Basics of Immunohistochemistry
6. The Basics of Histologic Interpretations of Tissues
7. The Recommended Protocol for In Situ Hybridization
8. The Recommended Protocol for Immunohistochemistry
9. Co-expression Analyses
10. PCR In Situ Hybridization and RT In Situ PCR