RE: [Histonet] murine eosinophil immunostaining
The group specifically requested immunostaining which is being abandoned in
favor of Bryan Llewwllyn's siruius red, compliments of Ian Montgomery and
does stain murine eosinophils very well. I have seen murine eo's in H&E
but I am deferring to a more specific request and certainly a lot cheaper
in terms of time and money than enumerating murine eosinophils in 6 lung
samples using IHC!!
I saw a great deal of discussion on murine eosinophils in the HISTONET
archives, with the same answers I have collected.
It turns out that there is no specific murine eosinophil antibody at this
time, something we are looking for and we may try the MONOSAN (aka
available through Cedarlane and/or Accurate in USA), murine antihuman BMK13
in the future. At this time IHC is on hold in favor of saving big bucks
At 08:58 AM 1/8/2005, you wrote:
>Gayle have you tried just ordinary H&E or wright/giemsa type stains which
>usually stain eosinophils nicely in my hands, even murine
>Subject: [Histonet] murine eosinophil immunostaining
>We are embarking on murine eosinophil staining on FFPE fixed lung (not
>short fixation time!). I will be doing other searches for available
>antibodies to detect eosinophils, but would like any recommendations from
>laboratories successfully doing murine eosinophil IHC.
>1. Whether this will work on FFPE tissue, if so, retrieval?
>2. Are frozen sections a preference - something I would prefer to do
>3. Antibody source
>Any other suggestions will be welcome as this is NOT a project that
>originated in our laboratory so we have no control on fixation time in NBF.
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