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Old 10-29-2006, 06:21 PM
Debashish Das
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Hi

I would be needed to do in-situ hybridization on frozen sections by using DIG detection
method. I have never
done in-situ and it would be of great help, if anyone of you could give some website which
gives some basic
information about in-situs as well as some website where I could get some protocols and
reasons.

Please help me!!

Thanking you all in advance for all the help.

Best of things and luck

Deb

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