Re: [Histonet] PCNA versus Ki67

From:Dana Settembre

We use Ki67 and have rarely used PCNA.  What is "go"?   Is that a
Dana Settembre
University Hospital - UDMNJ, Newark, NJ

>>> "Connolly, Brett M"  10/24/2005 5:44:40
PM >>>
I have been a big proponent of using Ki67 instead of PCNA as a more
proliferation marker after reading that PCNA may in fact carry over
into G0.
Recently, some of my colleagues have been clamoring for PCNA.

I'd be interested to hear which marker other labs are using.


Brett M. Connolly, Ph.D.
Merck & Co., Inc.
MRL, Imaging Research
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