PerkinElmer
check quantity

TSA Biotin Tyramide Reagent Pack, Reagents for 200-600 Slides

TSA® biotin reagent pack, for amplification of signal in immunohistochemistry (IHC), immunofluorescence (IF) or in situ hybridization protocols. These reagents amplify by depositing extra biotin in the localized area of the probe or antibody.

Please enter valid quantity

Please login to add favorites

NULL OR EMPTY CART

Part Number Unit Size List Price Your Price Quantity
SAT700001EA 200-600 Slides 969.00 USD
SAT700B001EA 1,000-3,000 Slides 4483.00 USD
Buy Now

You successfully added item(s) to your cart

Overview

Note: If you have never used TSA Amplification Reagents before, we strongly suggest purchasing the full TSA kit, which includes a set of quality controlled reagents that have been optimized to work together.

TSA reagent packs are provided in larger sizes for economical scale-up of assay. These packs include labeled tyramide and amplification diluent. Blocking reagent and HRP must be purchased or provided separately.

TSA Biotin Systems:

  • Signal amplification for IHC, ISH and related applications
  • Up to 1000-fold higher sensitivity
  • Conserve precious antibodies or probes
  • Flexibility in detection:
    • Chromogenic detection with streptavidin conjugated HRP or AP and substrate of choice
    • Fluorescence detection with streptavidin conjugated fluorophores
  • High resolution results
  • Adds 2 steps to existing protocol for rapid results

Specifications

Detection Method Fluorescence, Chromogenic
Hapten Biotin
Product Brand Name TSA
Shipping Condition Blue Ice
Unit Size 200-600 Slides

Resources, Events & More

All (6)
Resource Type File Name File Format
Brochure TSA™ Signal Amplification for IHC, ICC, IF PDF  3 MB
Brochure TSA™ Signal Amplification for ISH PDF  2 MB
Application Note Signal Amplification Strategies for Rapid and Sensitive High Content Analysis PDF  776 KB
Manual TSA™ Biotin Kits Manual PDF  195 KB
Webinars Signal Amplification for Immunohistochemistry Link
Webinars Signal Amplification for In Situ Hybridization Link