Re: CD138 /Syndecan-1
|From:||Jamie Erickson <JErickson@genetics.com>|
CD138 is quoted as a Plasma cell marker I've just ordered it from RDI cat # RDI-MCD138-2812 price $375 this one reacts with mouse plasma cells. Check out J. Histochem Cytochem 35:1079-1088 (1987), and The American Society for Biochem and Molecular Biology, Inc, Vol 271,no.31, August 2, 19996 pp. 18759-18766 " suppression of Syndecan-1 expression in endothelial cells by tumor necrosis factor-a". it is also on normal epithelial cells. It is quoted as working in FFPE tissue but I haven't tried it yet....
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>>> Bonnie P Whitaker <Bonnie.P.Whitaker@uth.tmc.edu> 09/22 9:36 AM >>>
I think that you mean syndecan-1...... I use one from Serotec and it works
very well using steam HIER and the Dako Envision + kit with a 1:400 dilution
and a 30 minute primary incubation.
----- Original Message -----
From: Elaine Dooley <DOOLEEO@shands.ufl.edu>
Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2000 3:48 PM
Subject: syneecam aby
Would anyone know of a vendor that sells an antibody called "syneecam" (this
may be misspelled) Also it could be called Antibody 138. It supposed to
stain plasma cells I think. One of our hematopathologists wanted me to
check into it.
Hope to find one that works on paraffin embedded sections.
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