For in vitro diagnostic use. Others Lambda Primary Antibody FITC IVD Frozen, Tonsil or Lymph Node FITC anti-Lambda Primary Antibody RTD000916 Burro 760-2684 FITC anti-Lambda Primary Antibody 04015630971534 50 tests true FITC ANTI-LAMBDA PRIMARY ANTIBODY 05267951001 Not Available Reagents, kits en This antibody is intended for in vitro diagnostic (IVD) use.Ventana® Medical Systems’ (Ventana) Systems FITC anti-Lambda Primary Antibody is a burro derived polyclonal antibody labeled with fluorescein and specifically directed against human lambda light chains. This reagent should be used in conjunction with a panel of antibodies to aid in the identification of lambda light chains in target tissue (e.g., in the diagnosis of renal or dermal pathologies). FITC anti-Lambda is intended for laboratory use to qualitatively stain sections of frozen tissue on a Ventana automated slide stainer.The clinical interpretation of any staining, or the absence of staining, must be complemented by morphological studies and evaluation of proper controls. Evaluation must be made by a qualified pathologist within the context of the patient’s clinical history and other diagnostic tests. Prescription only. en FITC anti-Lambda may be used as the primary antibody for immunohistochemical staining of frozen tissue sections. In general, immunohistochemical staining allows the visualization of antigens via the sequential application of a specific antibody (primary antibody) to the antigen, a secondary antibody (link antibody) to the primary antibody, an enzyme complex and a chromogenic substrate with interposed washing steps. The enzymatic activation of the chromogen results in a visible reaction product at the antigen site. For FITC direct labeled antibodies, the fluorochrome is linked to the primary antibody and therefore no secondary antibody or chromogenic detection step is required. The primary antibody binds specifically to the target antigen and can then be visualized. Results are interpreted using a fluorescent microscope with the appropriate filter set and aid in the differential diagnosis of pathophysiological processes, which may or may not be associated with a particular antigen.FITC anti-Lambda is optimally diluted for use with Ventana automated slide stainers. Each step in the staining protocol includes incubation for a precise time at a specific temperature. At the end of each incubation step, the sections are rinsed by the Ventana automated slide stainer to stop the reaction and remove unbound material that would hinder the desired reaction in subsequent steps. To minimize evaporation of the aqueous reagents from the specimencontaining slide a coverslip solution is applied in the slide stainer. For more detailed information on instrument operation, refer to the appropriate Ventana automated slide stainer Operator's Manual.