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Mouse anti Cytokeratin 7 / Keratin K7

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SKU: MUB0315P Categories : Primary antibodies, Primary antibodies, Primary Antibodies
Figure 1 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 1 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 2 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 2 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 3 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 3 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 4. - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of human liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 4. - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of human liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 5 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen section of human urinary bladder showing positive staining in the epithelial cells and no reactivity in connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 5 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen section of human urinary bladder showing positive staining in the epithelial cells and no reactivity in connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 6. Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 6. Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 7 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 7 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on frozen sections of swine liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:500

Figure 8 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded sections of human liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:100

Figure 8 - Immunohistochemistry of MUB0315P (RCK105) on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded sections of human liver showing positive staining in the epithelial cells lining the bile ducts and no reactivity in hepatocytes or connective tissue. Dilution 1:100