[Histonet] Truly human-specific cytokeratin...

Jackie M O'Connor Jackie.O'Connor <@t> abbott.com
Wed Jul 20 14:17:51 CDT 2005

I use a human mitochondria marker for exactly the same thing - works 

Jackie O'

"Glenn Krasinski" <gkrasinski <@t> covx.com>
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07/18/2005 06:40 PM

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        Subject:        [Histonet] Truly human-specific cytokeratin...

Help!! Does a truly human-specific (no murine cross-reactivity) antibody
to most cytokeratins actually exist? With conjugates? Or am I just
asking way too much.


I want to distinguish human solid tumor cells of epithelial origin from
mouse tissue in xenografts via immunohistochemistry.


Glenn M. Krasinski

Scientist, Biology

CovX Research LLC

9381 Judicial Drive, Suite 200

San Diego, CA 92121



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