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anti-Vimentin FITC mouse monoclonal, VIM 3B4

The mouse monoclonal anti- Vimentin FITC antibody is an excellent marker for mesenchymal cells and mesenchyme-derived tumors (sarcoma, lymphoma, melanoma).

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Cat. No. 61413
Antibody Type monoclonal
Suitable for Flow Cytometry, ICC, IF, IHC / frozen sections, paraffin sections
Clone VIM 3B4
Dilution Dilution: 1:10
Host mouse
Quantity 250 µL
Species / Reactive with amphibia, bovine, chicken, human, monkey (inquire for murine cross-reaction)
Synonym VIM, VIM3B4
Isotype IgG2a
Presentation FITC Conjugate

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Mouse monoclonal anti- Vimentin FITC antibody.

Reference

Reference

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  4. Herrmann, H., Eckelt, A., Brettel, M., Grund, C. & Franke, W. W. Temperature-sensitive intermediate filament assembly. Alternative structures of Xenopus laevis vimentin in vitro and in vivo. J. Mol. Biol. 234, 99–113 (1993).
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  7. Moll, I. & Moll, R. Comparative cytokeratin analysis of sweat gland ducts and eccrine poromas. Arch. Dermatol. Res. 283, 300–9 (1991).
  8. Kasper, M., Stosiek, P., van Muijen, G. N. & Moll, R. Cell type heterogeneity of intermediate filament expression in epithelia of the human pituitary gland. Histochemistry 93, 93–103 (1989).
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