Re: Proliferating cell markers

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From:Jill McVee <> (by way of Histonet)
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>Date: Sun, 14 May 2000 12:00:38 -0400
>From: Amos Brooks <>
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>To: "Jill McVee (by way of Histonet)" <>
>Subject: Re: Proliferating cell markers
>    Ki67 will stain G1, S, G2 and M. That should take care of the
>phases. Mib1 also works very well.
>Amos Brooks
>"Jill McVee (by way of Histonet)" wrote:
>> Hi histonetters,
>>                  I have a Research Fellow who is in need of your global
>> expertise. She would like to know if anyone has a proliferating cell marker
>> anti-body
>> which they use routinely  in  IC and is reliable. At the moment she is
>> using anti-Brdu in mouse neuronal tissue  after in vivo injection but would
>> like to change to a less invasive method of detecting proliferating cells.
>> So if anybody out there has replaced their Brdu with another method please
>> let me know.
>> Jill McVee
>> Histologist
>> St.Andrews Uni
>> Fife. Scotland.

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