[Histonet] re: Pax-2

Connelly, John jconnelly <@t> sleh.com
Fri Jan 7 10:04:04 CST 2011

We have been using the invitrogen AB.  It does not have much background and works well.

John Connelly, M.D.

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Subject: [Histonet] Pax-2

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Hi Histonet,

My lab needs to switch vendors on this antibody.  Where is everyone buying Pax-2?  I found on their website that Invitrogen sells an IVD rabbit poly

Pax-2 antibody.  Has anyone tried this or others?  What about Epitomics RUO rabbit mono?  Do all the antibodies give that cytoplasmic background staining that I've seen?

I'd appreciate any info at all.


Mark Tarango"

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