[Histonet] ADG & Dysferlin troubles

Karen Weidenheim kweidenh <@t> montefiore.org
Wed Jul 13 08:10:34 CDT 2005

Dear All, we have never been able to get the Novocastra dysferlin Ab to
work on frozen sections using DAB on the Ventana.  We have tried
multiple permutations.  Would someone be kind enough to share their
exact method for this antibody on Frozen sections of Muscle?
This is very important for diagnosis of muscular dystrophies.
Thanks so much.

Karen M. Weidenheim, M.D.
Professor of Pathology, Clinical Neurology and Clinical Neurosurgery
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Chief, Division of Neuropathology
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>>> Dana Settembre <settembr <@t> umdnj.edu> 7/13/2005 7:43:36 AM >>>
I use  Dysferlin from Novocastra on frozen sections, but not FITC,
regular IHC. If you're desperate we can talk.
I use it with a detection kit for mouse, any vendor will usually do
DAB as the chromogen. No special scope is needed.
Dana Settembre
University Hospital-UMDNJ
Newark, NJ

>>> "Lewis, Sarah" <LewisS <@t> ccri.net> 7/12/2005 1:48:17 PM >>>
Hello histoneters,
    I could really use any procedural information anyone has on
Alpha-dystroglycan (antibody only available thru Upstate) and
(antibody from VectorLabs).
        I have been attempting the stains for 2months now with no
satisfying results. I have tried several different
procedures/fixatives/incubation times/dilutions/. I perform a battery
14 neuromuscular Immunoflourescence, they are all BEAUTIFUL fitc green
with no background staining (picture perfect) .....except these two
boogers. PLEASE HELP me make my pathologist proud!!! ALL THE CREDIT TO

Sarah E. Lewis 
Childrens Research 
Center for Gene Therapy 
700 Childrens Dr Rm WA3112 
Columbus OH 43205 
LewisS <@t> ccri.net 

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