[Histonet] staining for stellate cells

Geoff McAuliffe mcauliff <@t> umdnj.edu
Wed Jan 28 09:40:00 CST 2004

    By stellate cells do you mean Kupffer cells, the fixed macrophages 
in the sinusoids? If so, any antibody that stains macrophages will work. 
For mouse Mac1 or F4/80 will work on frozen sections of fixed tissue.


Michele Ellender wrote:

>Hello all,
>does anyone have a staining method to stain for stellate cells in mouse
>liver sections?
>Dr Michele Ellender
>Radiation Effects Department,
>NRPB, Chilton, Didcot, 
>Oxon. OX11 0RQ.  UK
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