[Histonet] Re: rat on rat
No problems - but you would have rat on rat problems if you were using a
rat host primary i.e. Rat antiRat primary.
You can use a donkey or goat antiMouse secondary adsorbed to rat tissues,
preferably an F(ab')2 frag of IgG - Jackson has excellent secondaries for
this. We used a goat antiMouse isotype i.e IgG1, 2, etc -biotin conjugate
from Southern Biotechnology. The latter was very clean and I strongly
Just do normal serum blocking carefully - you could even add 1% rat serum
to the normal serum block with either goat or donkey serum but I don't
think that will be needed.
At 12:45 PM 8/2/2005, you wrote:
>Any suggestions? The antibody is a mouse anti-rat and it is to be used
>on rat tissue. Does that present the same problems like mouse on mouse?
>If so, what do you can you do about it?
>Renee' Till, HT
>Arkansas Childrens Nutrition Center
>Little Rock, AR
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