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From:"I.H.Straatsburg DIVG" <>
To:Paisano Pete <>,
Date:Tue, 10 Aug 1999 09:31:58 +0100
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Pete Paisano and other histonetters,
I read Petes mail message on antibodies against NOS from the 
Histonet Archive (Wed, 14 Jul 1999).
Pete wrote that he successfully used antibodies from and on 
felines, mice, rats, rabbits, and horses.
Did anyone ever try to detect endothelial ecNOS (III)?
Any suggestions for good antibodies?
The PhD student involved prefers detection by fluorescence. I have 
not found fluorescence labeled antibodies to EC NOS yet, so I 
suggest we go for sedondary FITC-conjugated antibodies.
Any suggestion for inventing this wheel is welcome.
Irene Straatsburg
Dr. I.H. Straatsburg
IWO1-155, Dept. Exp. Surg., Surgical Lab., 
AMC, Amsterdam, NL 1105 AZ
tel. +31.20.5666653

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