Re: disinguishing female cell in men's tissue

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From:Jacques Paysan <paysan@Uni-Hohenheim.DE>
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Dear Masayuki

Unfortunately, I have no solution for your problem, but I certainly have an
interest in understanding your question:
How can male and female cells reside in the same tissue so that you have to
distinguish them?  The question is not ironic, I'm just curious.


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From: "Masayuki Miyagishima" <>
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Sent: Monday, August 07, 2000 2:58 PM
Subject: disinguishing female cell in men's tissue

> I am looking for anti-Y-chromosome antibody for mice and rats.
> Has anyone tried immunohistochemistry to distinguish male and female
> derived cell in mice or rat tissue?
> Masayuki Miyagishima, MD

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