|From:||"Houston, Ronnie" |
Fli -1 is a nuclear endothelial marker, and appears to be involved in proliferation and tumorgeneisis.
You can get the polyclonal antibody from Santa Cruz
Biotechnology, cat sc356 (the UK # is 800 4573 8000). We have used it for quite some time now, and the pathologists think it is
You may want to look at the following article:
Expression of Fli-1, a nuclear transcription factor, distinguishes
vascular neoplasms from potential mimics.
Folpe AL, Chand EM, Goldblum JR, Weiss SW,
Am J Surg Pathol 2001; 25(8): 1061-1066
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From: Fearn Tony [mailto:Tony.Fearn@cd.burnleyhc-tr.nwest.nhs.uk]
Sent: Thursday, September 25, 2003 8:15 AM
Subject: [Histonet] FLI-1
> One of our pathologists has just returned from a conference in Milan and
> is asking if we can get FLI-1, as an endothelial marker, that is meant to
> be better than CD34. I've looked in the DakoCytomation and Novocastra
> catalogues but there is no mention of it. Does anyone know where I can get
> it, and is it worth buying?
> Anthony J Fearn
> Chief Biomedical Scientist
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