Re: Pericyte immunohistochemistry

From:Scott Mordue

See reference

Disordered Cellular Migration and Angiogenesis
in cd39-Null Mice
Christian Goepfert, MD*; Christian Sundberg, MD, PhD*;
Jean S#233#vigny, PhD; Keiichi Enjyoji, PhD;
Tomokazu Hoshi, MD, PhD; Eva Csizmadia, MSc; Simon
Robson, MD, PhD
Circulation. 2001;104:3109-3115

They use anti-NG2 and also anti-actin (1A4) for
pericytes. And of course, 1A4 also stained smooth
muscle cells. I am not sure anti-NG2 is commerically
available, but I know Zymed ( has 1A4


--- "Randall, Kevin J" 
> Hi Histonetters
> I'm looking for an immunohistochemical marker for
> pericytes and so far the
> only specific marker I can find in the literature is
> a monoclonal mouse IgM
> against the ganglioside 3G5.  This antibody
> invariably is produced in-house
> by the authors of the papers and does not seem to be
> available commercially.
> Is anyone aware of a commercial source for this
> antibody, or can anyone
> suggest an alternative?  Thanks in advance.
> Kevin

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