[Histonet] H. pylori

Richard Cartun Rcartun <@t> harthosp.org
Tue Feb 14 13:48:38 CST 2012

Keep in mind that many of the commercially-available monoclonal antibodies to H. pylori do not label Helicobacter helilmannii, often seen in children, especially those with exposure to animals.


Richard W. Cartun, MS, PhD
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Director, Biospecimen Collection Programs
Assistant Director, Anatomic Pathology
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>>> "Rathborne, Toni" <trathborne <@t> somerset-healthcare.com> 2/14/2012 10:21 AM >>>
Happy Valentines Day!

Our lab is looking into ordering H. pylori now and I was wondering what clone, or whose antibody everyone is using.
As always, thanks for your responses. I know I can always count on this group to offer opinions and suggestions :)


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