Clínic Barcelona. Hospital Universitari

Pathology

Featured techniques
 

Immunohistochemistry
 

Immunohistochemistry involves treating fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue sections from biopsies of lymph nodes, bone marrow, or other hematopoietic tissues with stains containing enzyme-labeled specific antibodies that make an invisible substrate visible.

The tissue antigen-antibody complex is identified by microscopic examination. It is localized where it has bound to specific molecules present in the tissue under study.

A large battery of monoclonal antibodies is available for these determinations. The tests are conducted in collaboration with the Immunohistochemistry Section.
 

Team

ANTONIO MARTINEZ (Head of Department)

Antonio Martinez

Head of Department

Department of Pathology

Head of Section

Nursing

Biomedical Diagnostic Center (CDB)

Villarroel, 170 · 08036 Barcelona
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