T104 : Cervical cancer tissue array, including TNM, clinical stage and pathology grade, 6 cases/24 cores
  • $48.00
Microarray Panel Cervical carcinoma tissue microarray, containing 4 cases of cervix squamous cell carcinoma, 1 each of cervix glassy cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma, quadruple cores per case, divided into two identical 12 core arrays for optimizing experimental conditions
Cores 24
TissueArray.Com Tissue Array T104
Cases 6
Row number 4
Column number 6
Core Diameter (mm) 1.5
Thickness (µm) 5
Quality Control Anti-Actin confirmed
Tissue Array Type FFPE
Species Human
Applications Routine histology procedures including Immunohistochemistry (IHC) and In Situ Hybridization (ISH), protocols which can be found at our support page.
Notes 1. TMA slides were sectioned and stored at 4°C and may not be fresh cut, but still suitable for IHC. Please request fresh cut if experiment involves phospho-specific antibodies, RNA studies, FISH or ISH, etc. A minimum of 3 slides per TMA must be purchased to cover the cost of trimming for fresh sectioning. 2. Most TMA slides were not coated with an extra layer of paraffin (tissue cores can be easily seen on the glass). To prevent tissue detachment during antigen retrieval, unbaked slides must be baked for at least 30 to 120 minutes at 60°C. before putting into xylene for de-paraffinization. Baked slides were sent out baked for 2 hours.
In the following specsheet,“*” means invalid core; “-” means no applicable or negative in IHC markers.
Mouseover and click individual cores to view high resolution images.
Slide Label: TissueArray.Com Tissue Array
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Legend: Ute - Uterine cervix

- Malignant tumor, - Malignant tumor (stage I), - Malignant tumor (stage III), - Malignant tumor (stage IIa), - Malignant tumor (stage Ib)

Specification Sheet (Sortable), tissue IDs are available in exported Excel files.
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