Online Ordering – Shipping Changes

Due to the rapid rise in shipping and transportation costs, we will no longer be able to offer flat rate shipping for orders placed online. All orders including those placed online will now be invoiced at the actual shipping cost plus handling. You will still have the option to select either standard overnight or two-day […]

Find Your MACH™ Match: Which MACH Detection is Right for You?

Biocare’s MACH detection line utilizes the most sensitive detection technology available to provide users with crisp, clean, intense IHC staining. Customers have the choice of several MACH detection kits, depending on their staining needs. However, with so many options available, it can be difficult to make a decision. Customers should asses the capabilities of each […]

GHO Capital Invests in Biocare Medical, A Global Leader in Oncology-focused Diagnostic Reagents and Instrumentation

investment to accelerate growth amid an increasing market demand for Immunohistochemistry instruments and reagents Management will leverage GHO’s extensive healthcare expertise to accelerate R&D, product launches and international expansion GHO in partnership with existing investor Excellere Partners will continue to support the Biocare Medical team in accelerating strategic growth initiatives LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Global Healthcare Opportunities, or […]

An Overview of Biocare Medical’s Instruments for Immunohistochemistry and In Situ Hybridization Procedures

As a leader in the fields of immunohistochemistry (IHC) and in situ hybridization (ISH), Biocare Medical has, for more than 20 years, offered a variety of instruments used in these staining procedures. Biocare has instruments that can meet your need for high-quality staining at a reasonable cost, whether your lab regularly performs a high volume […]

Buff Up on Buffers and Surfactants

Wash buffers are an integral part of immunohistochemical (IHC) procedures. They are used after each incubation step to wash away excess reagent from the specimen and maintain a constant pH by “soaking up” any free hydrogen (H+) ions. This feature helps maintain the morphological characteristics of antibodies and their epitopes, which enables specific binding. The […]

Biocare Basics: Optimization

Proper optimization is vital for successful immunohistochemical (IHC) testing. An optimal IHC protocol can be characterized by its ability to consistently and unambiguously determine how the antigen is expressed in the tissue. Optimization is fundamental to reducing the risk of both false positive and false negative results.1 The protocol must be able to identify both […]

Alternatives to Lysol for Cleaning Automated Instrumentation

Regular cleaning is an essential part of instrument maintenance, but what happens if you don’t have Lysol? Following recommended cleaning procedures to remove residues and sterilize instrument components will improve instrument performance and help extend the instrument’s lifespan. This white paper looks at Lysol alternatives for cleaning to ensure your automation platform keeps running perfectly! […]

Biocare Basics: Validation

Validation is an essential step for setting up a new laboratory procedure, whether it incorporates immunohistochemical (IHC) or routine ematoxylin and eosin (H&E) staining. The validation process involves repeatedly testing the procedure over a large quantity and range of specimens in order to ensure the procedure will yield consistent and reproducible results. This, in turn, […]

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