RE: [Histonet] GFP and B-Gal positive control slides

From:Gayle Callis


A question: How effective is your antibody without having to use TSA 

>The GFP antibodies we use are quirky so I don't want to make a
>recommendation.  At Jax where you can get the Tie-2/lacZ transgenic mice,
>you can also get GFP expressing mice for controls.  I'm not recommending,
>just a starting point for your search.  Look under research models on their
>web site.
>For the Tie-2/lac Z mice.  Fix in formalin and process to paraffin as usual.
>We use an antibody from Cortex Biochem (San Leandro, CA) that is IgG
>fraction on rabbit polyclonal to beta-galactosidase.  Around 2-3 ug/ml,
>after a 5 min proteinase K digestion.  We use an amplification kit of the
>third step (TSA for 5 minutes).  DAB, etc.  The signal is outstanding.
>Raymond Koelling
>Research Scientist
>Amgen Seattle
>-----Original Message-----
>[] On Behalf Of Rebecca
>Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2006 1:34 PM
>Subject: [Histonet] GFP and B-Gal positive control slides
>Does anyone know where I can buy, or can suggest an easy way to make
>positive control slides for GFP and B-Gal.
>We have use AAV contstructs with either GFP or LAC-Z and injected
>into mice.  We have sectioned the tissue and would like to look for
>positive GFP or B-Gal.  It would be nice to have a positive control
>slide.  We plan on visualizing both with and without antibody
>amplification.  I would appreciate any suggestions.
>Thank You.
>Rebecca Nishi
>UC Irvine
>Christopher Reeve Foundation SCI Core/Anderson Lab
>1226 GNRF
>Irvine, CA 92697-4540
>Phone/Fax: 949-824-9728
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Veterinary Molecular Biology
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