RE: [Histonet] FLI-1

From:"Elizabeth Chlipala"


I believe the antibody you are talking about is FLK-1 or FLT-1, another
name for it is VEGF-R2.  From what I understand it does not stain the
same as CD34, I don't believe it is specific for endothelial cells, it
will stain other things also.  You can get this antibody from Santa
Cruz.  We have worked on this in the past and in our hands it was a
tough one.  It does play a role in angiogenesis.


Elizabeth A. Chlipala, BS, HTL(ASCP)
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-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Fearn Tony
Sent: Thursday, September 25, 2003 5:15 AM
To: ''
Subject: [Histonet] FLI-1

> One of our pathologists has just returned from a conference in Milan
> is asking if we can get FLI-1, as an endothelial marker, that is meant
> 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
> it, and is it worth buying?
> Anthony J Fearn
> Chief Biomedical Scientist
> Histopathology

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