[Histonet] CD4/CD25/TGFB Antibodies; Filter choices forLeica

Juan Solon Juan.Solon <@t> lshtm.ac.uk
Thu Mar 25 05:26:05 CST 2004

Sorry, I neglected to mention that I will be working with human samples.

Dr. Juan Antonio Solon
MRC Keneba Field Station
MRC Laboratories Gambia
Atlantic Road, Fajara
PO Box 273, Banjul
The Gambia
Email :  juan.solon <@t> lshtm.ac.uk
Tel No:  (++220) 541021
Fax No: (++220) 541022 / (++220) 496513
>>> Gayle Callis <gcallis <@t> montana.edu> 03/24/04 4:41 PM >>>
What species are you working with?  Mouse?  Human?  

At 09:36 AM 3/24/2004 +0000, you wrote:
>Dear All,
>As part of a study on mucosal immunity in The Gambia, W. Africa, I plan
double stain antral and duodenal specimens for CD4 and CD25 & CD8 and
 Also, we would attempt to triple stain for TGF beta on these subsets. 
have access to a Leica DMRXE although the filter cubes are all currently
long pass suppression filters . I have both formalin-fixed and frozen
sections of the antrum and the duodenum.  
>I would like to ask for advise on several points:
>1.	Can anyone share their experience on antibody combinations known
work for CD4-25, CD8-25 and triple staining for CD4-CD25-TGFB either
vectastain elite (peroxidase) or immunofluorescence.  I have compiled a
list of CD4, CD8, CD25, TGFB antibodies from Dako, Ancell, Novocastra,
and Serotec, but before purchasing any of these, I thought it would be
to ask advise from the Histonet community.
>2.	I would probably need to acquire different filter cubes to do
simultaneous imaging of fluorescence.  There are several suppliers I
encountered on the net (Omega Filters and Chroma Technology) * does
have experience on using filters from these companies on Leica
(specifically the DMRXE).  Any problems encountered with using
filters with Leica microscopes?
>Dr. Juan Antonio Solon
>MRC Keneba Field Station
>MRC Laboratories Gambia
>Atlantic Road, Fajara
>PO Box 273, Banjul
>The Gambia
>Email :  juan.solon <@t> lshtm.ac.uk
>Tel No:  (++220) 541021
>Fax No: (++220) 541022 / (++220) 496513
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Gayle Callis
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Veterinary Molecular Biology 
Montana State University - Bozeman
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Bozeman MT 59717-3610
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