Results 1–1 of 1 for "IHC" in cervid.
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|Chronic Wasting Disease (IHC)||
Detection of abnormal prion protein, the suspected causative agent of chronic wasting disease, in either antemortem samples (biopsies of retropharyngeal lymph node, tonsil, or rectal wall), or postmortem samples (retropharyngeal lymph node or obex) by immunohistochemical staining.
Antemortem: biopsy of the retropharyngeal lymph node, tonsils, or rectal wall in 10% neutral buffered formalin (NBF).
Postmortem: one of the following: retropharyngeal lymph node, obex, or entire brain in 10% neutral buffered formalin (NBF). Entire head also accepted.