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Achieve the best possible results in tissue immunostaining with the Abcam immunohistochemistry training series, with a certificate at the end. Whether you need to lay foundations in immunohistochemistry or take your experiments up a notch, join our free on-demand training to make IHC staining easy.
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Our training starts with essentials like sample preparation and antibody selection and then guides you through immunostaining protocols and troubleshooting.
Our immunohistochemistry training is divided into 4 parts:
Upon training completion, you can test your knowledge with our final quiz and get a certificate.
Achieve accurate and reliable results with IHC staining.
Figure 1. On the left, fluorescence multiplex IHC staining of normal human tonsil tissue (formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded section). Merged staining of anti-PD1 (ab237728; orange; Opal™520), anti-PDL1 (ab237726; green; Opal™540), anti-CD68 (ab192847; yellow; Opal™570), anti-CD3 (ab16669; red; Opal™620), anti-Ki67 (ab16667; light blue; Opal™650) and anti-PanCK (ab7753; grey; Opal™690). On the right, IHC staining with anti-Ki67 antibody (ab16667) in a section of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded normal human tonsil.
Our free on-demand training provides you with all essentials for tissue immunostaining.
At the end of this training, you’ll be fully equipped to run your next IHC experiment and get those crisp and accurate IHC images. You’ll learn: