We use Dako's ALK(anaplastic lymphoma kinase) Protein (CD246, Dako M7195),
clone ALK-1 for some large cell lymphoma cases. Envision detection with
1/150 primary, AR 15 min works fine. I hope this hepls.
Senior Hospital Scientist
Dept. of Anatomical Pathology
Concord NSW 2139 Australia
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Webb, Judith [mailto:JWebb01@JPSHealthNetwork.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, 10 December 2002 05:04
> To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
> Subject: ALK
> I have a pathologist that has had a request from an oncologist to do an
> "ALK". Does this ring a bell with anyone?
> Judy Webb
> Technical Coordinator
> Anatomic Pathology
> John Peter Smith Hospital
> 1500 S. Main
> Ft. Worth Texas, 76104
> 817-927-3630 fax
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