Now you can measure what was previously undetectable in your immunofluorescence assays. Our immunofluorescence reagent kits deliver unprecedented sensitivity with uncompromised image resolution by catalyzing covalent deposition of numerous fluorophores proximal to the target of interest.
Improved limit of detection and quantitative range
Excellent localization of signal to the target
Enhanced signal stability for repeated imaging without photobleaching
Reduced exposure time for higher throughput
Conservation of primary antibody while improving assay specificity
Simultaneously detect eight biomarkers plus DAPI within a single tissue section. Similar to standard immunohistochemistry, our advanced method is accessible to many laboratories where IHC method development is performed. It allows researchers to use the best primary antibodies, even those raised in the same species, together for multiplex detection. Our staining solutions provide researchers with tools to assess multiple cellular phenotypes at the same time while retaining context provided within tissue sections
Our quantitative pathology imaging systems deliver high quality data where morphological context is preserved down to the sub-cellular level, removing autofluorescence and increasing signal-to-noise. These systems detect and measure multiple biomarkers, even if overlapping, within a single IHC or IF tissue section or TMA. Low signal levels that were previously undetected can now be captured, and overall quantification is vastly improved - particularly for solid, formalin-fixed, and paraffin-embedded tissues.
Our software programs combine the latest technologies with algorithms and intuitive, easy-to-use interfaces, giving you the power to make new, exciting discoveries from your data. Our automated advanced image analysis software allows you to visualize, analyze, quantify and phenotype cells labeled with multiple biomarkers in situ in FFPE tissue sections.
Opal? is a practical workflow for the simultaneous detection of up to six tissue biomarkers plus nuclear counterstain within a single image. The method is similar to standard immunohistochemistry (IHC) and is accessible to many laboratories where standard IHC method development is performed.