[Histonet] Macrophage Stain

Julio Benavides j.benavides at eae.csic.es
Tue Oct 18 12:41:57 CDT 2016

Hi Jessica,

there are actually quite a number of Abs working on sheep tissues. Take a
look at this paper, most of them work in sheep (I believe all but
gamm-IFN). Let me know if you cannot access the paper and I will send you a


Happy to comment on the IHC conditions if you have any doubt.



Jessica Riggleman via Histonet <histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu>

> Hello,
> Could you please help me find a macrophage stain that will work with
> sheep (specifically sheep laminectomy sections)? We are thinking
> RAM-11 or HAM-56, but unsure.
> Also, what about Rabbit PLF?
> Please note both are embedded in mega cassettes for paraffin processing.
> Thank you,
> Jessica
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