On 5/30/07 4:35 PM, "Gayle Callis" wrote:
> Dear Histonetters,
> A colleague just provided an incredible website for those looking
> information about antibodies to human proteins. It is the Human Protein
> Atlas, and you simply type in the protein you want to detect. If you click
> on Antibody ID, you will bring up a chart with tissue list, and if
> immunostaining is strong to none. You can select a specific tissue. It
> looks like a microarray stained tissue, but you will know if the antibody
> is going to work for your needs. You can access all kinds of detailed
> information about the protein, sequencing, etc and publications.
> Anything to make our work easier.
Thank you for pointing out this website. The URL is:
There is a wealth of information there, even which chromosome carries the
gene for the protein.
Eric S. Hoy, Ph.D., SI(ASCP)
Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
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