[Histonet] re: BD CD31

PALMER Jason (SVHM) Jason.PALMER <@t> svhm.org.au
Tue Aug 11 19:23:07 CDT 2009

Actually we have been using BD CD31 on mouse tissue with routine FFPE fixation with good results for a while now - Zn fixation not needed.  Dako proteinase K 8 min, primary at 1:150, biotinylated secondary then Vector ABC with DAB substrate works well for us.

Cheers,  Jason

Jason Palmer
Histology Laboratory Coordinator
Bernard O'Brien Institute
42 Fitzroy St, Fitzroy Victoria 3065
tel +61 3 9288 4018
fax +61 3 9416 0926
email: jason.palmer <@t> svhm.org.au


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Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 15:14:05 -0400
From: "Amy Porter" <portera <@t> msu.edu>
Subject: Re: [Histonet] CD31 working protocol
To: "Zerfas, Patricia \(NIH/OD/ORS\) [E]" <zerfasp <@t> ors.od.nih.gov>,
        <histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
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BD Biosciences has a great rodent CD31 for mouse and rat - however you need
to use their Zinc Fixative.  It is well worth the results!!
Amy S. Porter, HT (ASCP) QIHC
Investigative HistoPathology Laboratory - Supervisor
2201 Biomedical Physical Sciences Bldg.  Rm #2133
East Lansing, MI  48824-3320
Phone:  (517) 884-5026
Fax:  (517) 432-1368
Email:  portera <@t> msu.edu
Web:  www.humanpathology.msu.edu<http://www.humanpathology.msu.edu>
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