Re: [Histonet] apoptosis control tissue

From:Jackie.O'Connor@abbott.com

I use murine small intestine routinely for an apoptosis control - I have 
used liver from treated animals in which apoptosis has been induced, but 
endogenous biotin is sometimes too strong.  Overall, I prefer the GI.

Jacqueline M. O'Connor HT(ASCP)
Abbott Laboratories
Global Pharmaceutical Research and Development
Discovery Chemotheraputics





DANIEL EBERHARD 
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02/16/2004 08:12 AM

 
        To:     histonet@pathology.swmed.edu
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        Subject:        [Histonet] apoptosis control tissue


Dear Histo-Listers,
I would like to check some transgenic mouse tissues for apoptotic 
activities.
Thus Im looking for nice control tissues in which apoptosis is frequent -
e.g . I thought of  intestinal epithelium (cypts and villi).
Can you recommend me other tissues/what you do use?
Any suggestions would be helpful,
Thanks in advance
Daniel. 

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