immunofluorescence: human vs dog
|From:||a i d a n s c h u r r <Aidan.Schurr@hvh.co.nz>|
I have a 'standard' panel of direct immunofluorescence (DIF)
antibodies (Dako IgA, IgG, IgM, C3c, C1q and Firbinogen), all of
which are anti-human. I have been asked to do DIF on a bit of dog
paw, but am unsure if they will cross react. My gut feeling is that
they will, as these are fairly 'general' molecules... Can anyone
shed any light on this for me?
Aidan, New Zealand.
shin: device for finding furniture in the dark...
a i d a n c s c h u r r
section head, histology department
hutt valley health
lower hutt, new zealand
ph. ++64 4 5709173
fax ++64 4 5709214
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