RE: rat on mouse immunos
|From:||Cynthia Favara <email@example.com>|
Depending on what tissue you are staining you may need only to use a
no primary control and a normal control. I do mostly CNS and the staining is
confined primarily to the blood vessels and is easily distinguished form
positive staining due to the primary antibody. I have used Innogenex mouse
on mouse kit which if I remember correctly biotinylates the primary before
application and eliminated need for the anti mouse secondary. This works
very well in my hands and is simple.
Rocky Mountain Laboratories
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Hamilton, MT 59840
From: Rita Angel [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2001 1:49 PM
Subject: rat on mouse immunos
I have an immuno question for the animal research people out there. I have
a mac-3 antibody which is rat anti-mouse. I will be staining mouse tissue.
What kind of blocks do you use to block endogenous staining? Our normal
block to use is 0.5ml of 2% mouse serum in 25mls of secondary. I rotate
this for 1 hr. to allow binding and then use at the normal time (10 min.)
Does anyone else have any other procedure that they use? This did not work
the last time I used it.
Thank you for your input,
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