RE: [Histonet] antibodies for sheep - primers for common genes would also be good.
Thanks for the reply. For starters we would love reliable antibodies
to IL6, 8, 10; TNFa, TGFB2&3, Fibronectin, Collagens 1&3, FGFs, FGFRs,
BMPs and COX-2. There are quite a few others we would like but as you
can see the list is rather extensive/expensive already.
From: Albert Grobe [mailto:GrobeA@saintpatrick.org]
Sent: Friday, 31 October 2003 1:52 AM
Subject: Re: [Histonet] antibodies for sheep - primers for common genes
would also be good.
What proteins/epitopes are you looking for? Our lab works with sheep as
well and we have several abs that work well.
>>> "Mark Hayes" 10/29/03 04:34PM >>>
We have a number of sheep models in use in our research centre at the
moment and are finding it difficult to get antibodies for
immunohistochemistry. We would like to source antibodies which are
specific for ovine proteins or are at lease crossreactive. We are also
having difficulty getting gene sequences for common genes to generate
primers. Can anyone help with sourcing either of these?
Dr Mark Hayes BSc, MSc, Dip Ed (Tert), PhD
Department of Paediatrics and Child Health,
University of Queensland
Laboratory and Scientific Manager
Royal Children's Hospital Foundation Research Centre
L3 Foundation Building
Royal Children's Hospital
Herston Road, Herston
Brisbane, Queensland. 4029
Ph 07 33655019
Fax 07 33655455
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