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Ready-to-Use Tyramide Amplification Buffer, 1X

For simple, optimized tyramide amplification of immunostaining in cells or tissue sections. No need to add hydrogen peroxide before use.

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Store at 2 to 8 °C, Protect from light

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Ready-to-Use Tyramide Amplification Buffer was designed for simple, optimized tyramide amplification of immunostaining in cells or tissue sections. There is no need to add hydrogen peroxide before use.

Features:

  • Tyramide amplification buffer
  • Ready-to-use
  • No need to add hydrogen peroxide
  • Simply dilute tyramide probe in buffer and proceed to signal development
  • Compatible with tyramides from Biotium or other suppliers

Please note that Biotium has released a new, improved buffer for tyramide signal amplification. The Tyramide Amplification Buffer Plus (22029) provides significantly improved brightness, specificity, and sensitivity over this original buffer.

Ready-to-Use Tyramide Amplification Buffer was designed for simple, optimized signal amplification of immunostaining in cells or tissue sections. Simply mix your tyramide compound with the buffer to make a working solution for signal amplification. Although specifically optimized for our CF® Dye-, Biotin XX-, and DNP-tyramide products, Ready-to-Use Tyramide Amplification Buffer is also compatible with tyramide probes from other manufacturers.

To learn more about tyramide signal amplification, including our Tyramide Amplification Kits with a selection of bright and photostable CF® dyes, see the Tyramide Amplification Technology Page.

 

 

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