Just this past week we finished working up a mouse monoclonal synaptophysin antibody targeting Mouse, Rat and Human. We tested this using all 3 species types plus human abnormal tissues. The results are in and we now offer this antibody to our customers.
Synaptophysin – Santa Cruz – sc-55507 – Mouse monoclonal – Targets – Human, Mouse, Rat
Mouse colon Synaptophysin antibody
Human Pancreas Synaptophysin antibody
Human colon adenocarcinoma Synaptophysin antibody
Human colon Synaptophysin antibody
Our lab has validated the HMB45 antibody for use on Human and mouse tissues. This was tested using human melanoma and mouse skin tissues and has passed with flying colors! So far, our clients have expressed interest in only human tissues, perhaps other clients will have a need?
See our other validated antibodies Here.
Human (melanoma) HMB45
Human skin (melanoma) stained with HMB45 antibody
Human skin (melanoma) HMB45
Last week we validated the monoclonal Santa Cruz -59265 antibody for human tissue. This was performed using 4 cancer tissues; renal cell carcinoma, lung adenocarcinoma, B-cell lymphoma and breast carcinoma.
Human Lung cancer Kappa Light Chain Antibody
Human B-cell lymphoma Kappa Light Chain Antibody
Human renal cell carcinoma Kappa Light Chain Antibody
We have been working hard to validate many new antibodies for research use. Vimentin is now available for use on Human, mouse and rat FFPE tissues.
According to the data sheet Vimentin, is a general marker of cells originating in the mesenchyme. Vimentin is frequently co-expressed with other members of the intermediate filament family, such as the cytokeratins, in neoplasms including melanoma and breast carcinoma.
Human colon – Vimentin Antibody
Human renal cell carcinoma – Vimentin antibody
Human lung – Vimentin antibody
Human normal kidney – Vimentin antibody
Human colon – Vimentin antibody
Human melanoma – Vimentin antibody
Human Liver – Vimentin antibody