- Direct Immunofluorescence Staining of Cells (The Science Advisory Board)
This is the method for direct immunofluorescence labeling; that is, the antibodies have the fluorescent dye attached. Direct labeling is simpler and quicker than indirect labeling.
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Direct Immunofluorescence Staining
(MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, UK)
Staining cells with antibodies directly linked to fluorochromes is know as direct immunofluorescence (DIF). DIF lends itself to multicolour experiments where a cell suspension is simultaneously stained with two, three or four antibodies each tagged with a different fluorescent dye.
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