Re: alk phos antibody

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From:"Peter A. Takes" <> (by way of histonet)
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Not sure who has an antibody - but, there are some fluorescent alk phos
out there that may work even better.  My lab did some work with this about
8 years
ago when I was still with Sigma, and we had fairly reasonable success with
substrates and flow.  Unfortunately we never published the results and it's
too long for me to remember the exact substrates, but check the literature,
are references out there to this effect.


Peter A. Takes, Ph.D., RAC
Director, Clinical & Regulatory Affairs
Ph. 1-314-615-6964; Pager: 841-9351

Mark Elliott wrote:

> I have been asked to post this on behalf of someone in the lab.
> Does anyone know of a monoclonal antibody to alkaline phosphatase that
>could be
> sued to label neutrophils in human blood?  They need it for flow cytometry.
> Thanks for any help provided.
> Yours
> Mark Elliott
> UBC-Pulmonary Research Lab
> St. Paul's Hospital
> Vancouver, BC Canada V6Z 1Y6
> 604-631-5351 (fAX)

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