Code No. NKB-401 5 ml x 2
NKB-501 20 ml x 1
NKB-601 20 ml x 1
Immunoreaction Enhancer Solution
Can Get Signal® immunostain
Can Get Signal® immunostain is a reaction solution that contains an accelerator for antigen-antibody reactions, which improves sensitivity, specificity, and S/N of immunohistochemistry (IHC) and immunocytochemistry.
- Improves sensitivity, specificity, and S/N of IHC.
- Can be applied to various detection systems (e.g., chromogenic, chemiluminescence, or fluorescence).
- Can be used with ABC or polymer complex methods.
- Solutions A and B exhibit various properties for improving results.
- Can be used directly without dilution (Ready-to-use).
- Immunohistochemistry (IHC)
Store at 4ºC
This kit includes the following components. All reagents should be stored at 4ºC, and protected from light.
|Reagent Name||Code No.|
|Solution A||5 ml||20 ml||-|
|Solution B||5 ml||-||20 ml|
Typical reaction flow
Flow chart of western blotting with Can Get Signal®
1. Detection of PCNA using paraffin-embedded sections
The localization of PCNA (proliferating cell nuclear antigen) expression in human skin was detected using paraffin-embedded sections of the human skin tissue model TESTSKIN™ (Toyobo). Detection was performed by the ABC method with anti-PCNA mouse monoclonal antibody as the primary antibody and biotinylated mouse IgG as the secondary antibody. Each antibody was diluted with Solution A of Can Get Signal® immunostain prior to use. As a control experiment, PBS(-) containing 1.5% normal horse serum (conventional method) was used instead of Solution A of Can Get Signal® immunostain. As a result, Can Get Signal® immunostain produced higher signals and lower background than the conventional method.
Fig. 1. IHC detection of PCNA using paraffin-embedded tissue sections
2. Detection of paxillin with the fluorescent antibody method
The localization of paxillin in Swiss 3T3 cells was detected using anti-paxillin polyclonal antibody and Alexa488-conjugated rabbit IgG antibody. As a result, the exposure time for detection could be reduced from 3 s to 1 s by using Can Get Signal immunostain®, and the detailed fiber structure (fibrillar adhesion) could also be detected by using Can Get Signal® immunostain. However, the structure could not be detected with the conventional method due to high background signals.
Fig. 2C shows a merged picture of the immunological detection with anti-paxillin and anti-phospho-tyrosine antibodies, and actin staining.
Fig.2. Immunocytochemistry detection of paxillin with the fluorescent antibody method
*The data was kindly provided by Dr. Harada, Tokyo Institute of Technology.