gcna-1 expression.Will Decalcification affect it?

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From:Bruce Abaloz <b.abaloz@zoology.unimelb.edu.au>
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I am Gratiana a Phd student at the depart. of zoology The uni of Melbourne.  I have some samples that have been fixed in PFA and Stored in 70% alcohol.  I will use these samples to study the expression of gcna-1 antibody. Since the sample's bone (pouch young tammar wallaby) has been calcified, could you suggest me what sort of decalcifying solution that will not affect the result.  I really appreciate any suggestion. Thankyou.

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