Fixation for PIP2 immunofluorescence
(by pow.joshi At gmail.com)
Sun Jan 21 22:09:03 EST 2007
I wonder if your issue is already solved. I just thought i could post a
couple of protocols I found on a company website .... if they would help you
.... one is of cryo sections and other seems to be at 37 deg.
On 1/16/07, Tom Anderson <ucgatan At ucl.ac.uk> wrote:
> Has anyone done any immunofluorescence against PIP2? If so, how did you
> fix the cells?
> I have a protocol involving a three-hour formaldehyde/glutaraldehyde
> double fixation on ice, but if it was possible to do it at room
> temperature or 37 C, at least to begin with, that would be a lot better
> for the cells.
> Tom Anderson, MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology, UCL, London WC1E
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