RE: Protein called "Maspin".
|From:||"Connolly, Brett M" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Donald et al,
Santa Cruz has 2 polyclonals. Cat #'s sc8542,sc8543.
Brett M. Connolly, Ph.D.
Merck Research Laboratories
Department of Pharmacology
PO Box 4
West Point, PA 19486
> From: Awbrey, Donald[SMTP:DonaldAwbrey@texashealth.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 10:27 AM
> To: 'email@example.com'
> Subject: Protein called "Maspin".
> Dear Histonetters:
> I have obtained information about a newly discovered protein called
> "Maspin". Italian scientists have discovered this protein and it could
> be invaluable for breast cancer cases as well as possibly other cancer
> These scientists have found a correlation between the amount
> of Maspin to the probability of reoccurrence in breast cancer cases.
> They have found that this marker was better at predicting breast
> cancer relapses than axillary lymph node involvement.
> This sounds like a very invaluable breast cancer marker for patients
> who need proper treatment.
> Does anyone or any company out there have this marker available?
> If so, is it available for immunohistochemistry, ISH, and/or FISH.
> Please let me know of any available information out there in the
> "Netter Land" about this promising marker called Maspin.
> Donald G. Awbrey, HT(ASCP) QIHC
> Electron Microscopy / Image Analysis
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