Re: Immunos on Bone Marrow
We are using the following buffer for lysing RBCs
(either remaining RBCs in leukocyte fractions or even
for preparing leukocyte cytospins from whole blood):
155 mM NH4Cl
10 mM KHCO3
0.1 mM EDTA
Mix cells in excess volume and incubate for about 5 min
in room temperature (less is enough for removing RBC
contamination in leukocyte fractions, 5 min should be enough
for whole blood).
We got this from Miltenyi Biotec's MACS protocols - but
I guess it's a pretty standard way.
We are using a pretty wide selection of antibodies tested
OK for bovine tissues. Most are from Serotec, VMRD or
DAKO. Feel free to ask more specifically.
About RBC stain: how about just exploiting the endogenous
peroxidase activity with DAB and using another method
for the second staining (for example, alkaline phosphatase;
there are several substrates with different colors to choose from).
Mikael Niku URL: www.helsinki.fi/~mniku/
University of Helsinki Dept. Basic Veterinary Sciences
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Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2001 2:02 AM
Subject: Immunos on Bone Marrow
> Does anyone have experience doing immunos on bone marrow, cytospins from
> bone marrow or smears?
> Due to the large number of red blood cells, it is difficult to see
> stained cells
> using DAB. Is there another way to lyse RBC besides methanol/peroxide?
> I am trying to stain for macrophages in one satining procedure.
> I also need to stain erythrocytes. I need to do a double
> staining method on the erythrocytes with co-localization within the same
> cells so I need to use 2 different colors. Any suggestions?
> Also, what is the best sources of anibodies for animal tissues?
> Thanks in advance
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