[Histonet] marker of endothelial differentiation in vitro
Mark Adam Tarango
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Thu Jan 19 22:45:14 CST 2006
okay, for endothelial cells in vitro try using CD31. I know nothing about eosin, but CD31 definately is specific for endothelial cells.
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2006 11:05:28 +0100
From: Annette Ekblond <DKAEK <@t> coloplast.com>
Subject: [Histonet] marker of endothelial differentiation in vitro
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-does anyone know of an endothelial marker specific to endothelial cells that have differentiated into tube-like
structures (in vitro) - and not proliferating endothelial cultures??
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