[Histonet] muscle actin
Mandy <@t> serotec.co.uk
Mon Sep 6 03:25:11 CDT 2004
Serotec are able to supply this antibody clone and the following reference uses the antibody in mouse tissues.
Tsubura, A. et al. (1991). Immunophenotypic difference of Keratin expression in normal mammary glandular cells from five different species. Acta Anat. 140: 287 - 293.
I hope this helps.
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Subject: [Histonet] muscle actin
Has anyone used Dako's Muscle Actin HHF35 Code no. M0635 on mouse tissue? I realize that I will have to use m on m detection, I am just curious about this working on mouse or not. If you have this optimized please share your procedure with me including pretreatment if any for ffpe mouse lungs.
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