RE: CD-19

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From:"Hewlett Bryan (CMH)" <HEWLETT@EXCHANGE1.CMH.ON.CA>
To:"'Histonet'" <>, "'Nocito, Joseph'" <>, "'Alexander Nader'" <>
Date:Sat, 27 Mar 1999 14:07:09 -0500
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Is that anecdotal or a published observation?
We have only seen anomalous reactions with CD79a on a couple of
occasions, both times with epithelia!
But then again, it's possible to stain anything with anything if you
really try hard!!


>From: 	Alexander Nader[]
>Sent: 	March 27, 1999 12:45 PM
>To: 	Histonet; Nocito, Joseph
>Subject: 	Re: CD-19
>On Sat, 27 Mar 1999 09:51:01 -0600, Nocito, Joseph wrote:
>>Thanks to those who responded to my CD-19 question.  I told my pathologists
>>that there wasn't a CD-19 that works in paraffin.  The way to go seems to be
>>CD-79a.  I'll give that a try and see if the pathologists will be satisfied.
>>Thanks again
>Be carefull with CD79a: I've seen a couple of T-cell lymphomas (mostly
>peripheral large 
>cell variant) staining very nicely with CD79a.
>			Alexander Nader
>			HTTP:// 

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