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FDA Standard(Frozen Tissue Array)

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B904177 FDA Standard Frozen Tissue Array - Human Adult Normal 2 slides $1029

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B904177 FDA Standard Frozen Tissue Array - Human Adult Normal 4 slides $1853

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B512010 FDA Standard Frozen Tissue Array - Mouse Normal 2 slides $514

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B512010 FDA Standard Frozen Tissue Array - Mouse Normal 4 slides $926

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B204029 FDA Standard Frozen Tissue Array - Rat Normal 2 slides $514

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B204029 FDA Standard Frozen Tissue Array - Rat Normal 4 slides $926

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Introduction to FDA Standard(Frozen Tissue Array)

BioChain is a leading manufacturer of Frozen Tissue Arrays and Tissue Panels. Each Array is produced using state-of-the-art sample preparation technology from the finest quality of tissue specimens. The tissues are immediately put in liquid nitrogen after being excised and then meticulously selected for exceptional quality by our pathologist. For this tissue array, 30 different normal tissue types (3 donors per tissue type) are sectioned at 5 µm thickness and are carefully mounted on 2 positively charged glass slides. Afterwards, the quality of each slide is verified by using unique staining methods. Our Frozen Tissue Arrays have been designed in conformance with FDA guidelines to meet requirements for therapeutic and diagnostic antibody validations, immunohistochemistry, and in vitro diagnostic device certification. BioChain’s Frozen Tissues Arrays are a remarkable tool for rapid cellular localization of DNA, RNA, and protein expression. A large supply of tissue organs, different disease states and other animal species are available in array and panel format. The human specimens we prepare also come with patient demographic and disease related history.

Features

  • In conformance with FDA guideline
  • Broad range of tissues within each array
  • Suitable for radioactive and non-radioactive detection
  • Arrays from a variety of human donors
  • Better antigen exposure than paraffin embedded tissue
  • Applications

  • High throughput therapeutic/diagnostic antibody validations
  • Rapid screening of novel gene or protein expression against an extensive panel of tissues
  • Gene or protein expression pattern analysis
  • Comparison of expression levels of novel genes or proteins
  • Use with immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization
  • Reference

    1. Tokhtaeva E, Clifford RJ, Kaplan JH, Sachs G, Vagin O. Subunit isoform selectivity in assembly of Na,K-ATPase a-ß heterodimers. J Biol Chem. 2012 Jul 27;287(31):26115-25. << Abstract>>