SPAM-LOW: [Histonet] H. pylori on Rhesus macaque tissue

Patsy Ruegg pruegg <@t>
Sat Mar 13 09:59:20 CST 2010

I agree Amos, the only thing you need to be concerned about is if the
detection being used somehow binds non specifically to the monkey tissue and
not the human.


Patsy Ruegg, HT(ASCP)QIHC
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[mailto:histonet-bounces <@t>] On Behalf Of Amos Brooks
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Subject: SPAM-LOW: [Histonet] H. pylori on Rhesus macaque tissue

     I am sure this will work. Granted I haven't tried it... The antibody is
directed against the bug, the H. pylori bacteria, not against a product of
the human it exists in. So it shouldn't matter where the bug is, it should
have the epitope the antibody binds with. I do Hepatitis B on non human
tissue all the time and it works fine.

Good luck,
(and let me know for sure how it goes)
Amos Brooks

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Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 11:25:16 -0500
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Subject: [Histonet] H. pylori  on Rhesus macaque tissue
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Dear List servers,
               Did anyone try this antibody on Rhesus macaque tissue?  Do
you have a protocol?  How were the results?


Patricia Zerfas
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