Re: [Histonet] CD105 and CD166 on human bone/bone marrow

From:"Greg Dobbin"

If your controls are fine but your bone marrows are not, could it be
the decalcification process that is damaging these antigens? Try using
EDTA for decal instead of formic acid.
Just a thought.

Greg Dobbin, R.T.
Chief Technologist, Anatomic Pathology
Dept. of Laboratory Medicine,
Queen Elizabeth Hospital,
P.O. Box 6600
Charlottetown, PE    C1A 8T5
Phone: (902) 894-2337
Fax: (902) 894-2385

"And in the end it's not the years in your life
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- Abraham Lincoln

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