Fluorescence of Picrosirius Red Multiplexed with Immunohistochemistry for the Quantitative Assessment of Collagen in Tissue Sections
An emerging method of imaging offers a new opportunity to quantify collagen around areas of interest and an innovative approach to study the role of collagen in controlling cell behaviour.
Formaldehyde scavenging agents and the chemistry of antigen retrieval in FFPE tissues, and their potential for improved development of IHC staining protocols
A new approach to identify new and effective Antigen Retrieval reagents based on their ability to scavenge previously dissociated formaldehyde.
Measuring intratumoral vessel density using automated image analysis
Digital image analysis to analyse the intratumoral vessel density within specified regions of resected colon and TMA sections of colon tumour.
Distinct Immune Cell Populations Define Response to Anti-PD-1 Monotherapy and Anti-PD-1/Anti-CTLA-4 Combined Therapy
To discover potential biomarkers of response and resistance to anti-PD1 monotherapy and combined anti-PD1/anti-CTLA-4 immunotherapies in a cohort of melanoma patients.
The role of immunohistochemistry in patient stratification and personalised medicine
Not all patients respond well to treatment and drugs have failed in the clinic due to “all patient” designs. Immunohistochemistry (IHC) could be used to group patients according to the expression levels of a specific biomarker. With successful validation and quantification, IHC assays can play a vital role in drug development as a method of patient stratification.