RE: endothelial markers
|From:||Todd Sherman <email@example.com>|
Have you considered IHC for endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS)? We
had success in several species in numerous tissues using some products from
Transduction Laboratories. The monoclonal Ms X Hu worked well with minimal
background; occasional background problems in some experiments with rat but,
overall, effective in detecting all levels of vascular development. Under
"ideal" conditions the results can be terrific and very specific. I can
send you a journal reference or the *.pdf version of one of our old papers
that has the protocol if you are interested.
From: Garry Ashton [mailto:GAshton@picr.man.ac.uk]
Sent: Thursday, May 24, 2001 9:48 AM
Subject: endothelial markers
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I am trying to identify blood vessel growth in some form of sponge material,
that was initially implanted in mice subcutaneously and then later removed.
CD31/34 from Dako only recognise human endothelial cells, and hence give no
Von Willebrand Factor seems to be giving a lot of non specific staining,
presumably as it is a polyclonal.
Does anybody know of any other antibody I could possibly try.
Any suggestions or advice would be gratefully received.
Thanks in advance
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