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ICC is most common widely used laboratory technique that is used to observe the location or position of a specific protein or antigen in cells by involving the use of significant primary antibody that binds to it. The primary antibody permits the observation of the protein under the effect of fluorescence microscope when it is occupied by a secondary antibody that consists of conjugated fluorophore.
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