"Immunohistochemistry refers to the process of detecting antigens in cells of a tissue section by exploiting the principle of antibodies binding specifically to antigens in biological tissues. Immunohistochemical staining is widely used in the diagnosis of abnormal cells such as those found in cancerous tumors. Specific molecular markers are characteristic of particular cellular events such as proliferation or cell death. Visualising an antibody-antigen interaction can be accomplished in a number of ways. In the most common instance, an antibody is conjugated to an enzyme, such as peroxidase, that can catalyse a colour-producing reaction.
Immunome Research is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal dedicated for the domain of immunome or immunomics â the study of immunology using the methods of systems biology, Omics, bioinformatics, and mathematical modeling. Immunome Research may include papers in both wet-lab experimental and dry-lab informatics studies. The topics of this journal cover all areas of basic, translational, and clinical immunology. Example areas of topics include (but are not limited to) immune network, immune epitopes, immune diseases, vaccines, host-pathogen interactions, structural immunology, personalised medicine, diagnostics relevant to the immune system, etc.
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