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Mouse anti Vimentin

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SKU: MUB1900P Categories : Primary antibodies, Primary antibodies, Monoclonal Antibody, Primary Antibodies
Figure 1. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells.

Figure 1. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells.

Figure 2. Western blotting result showing the specific reactivity of MUB1900P with the 57kDa protein band of vimentin in both the mouse (3T3 mouse fibroblasts; left lane) and human (normal human dermal fibroblasts; right lane) cell extracts.

Figure 2. Western blotting result showing the specific reactivity of MUB1900P with the 57kDa protein band of vimentin in both the mouse (3T3 mouse fibroblasts; left lane) and human (normal human dermal fibroblasts; right lane) cell extracts.

Figure 3. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells. Nuclear staining with DAPI.

Figure 3. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells. Nuclear staining with DAPI.

Figure 4. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells. Nuclear staning with DAPI.

Figure 4. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells. Nuclear staning with DAPI.

Figure 5. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells. Nuclear staning with DAPI.

Figure 5. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells. Nuclear staning with DAPI.

Figure 6. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of zebra fish embryo.

Figure 6. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of zebra fish embryo.

Figure 7. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of zebra fish embryo

Figure 7. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of zebra fish embryo

Figure 8. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of zebra fish embryo

Figure 8. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of zebra fish embryo

Figure 9. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human placenta showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells.

Figure 9. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human placenta showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells.

Figure 10. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human small intestine showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells.

Figure 10. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human small intestine showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells.

Figure 11. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human small intestine showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells.

Figure 11. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human small intestine showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells.

Figure 12. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human spleen showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and lymphoid cells.

Figure 12. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human spleen showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and lymphoid cells.

Figure 13. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human tonsillar lymphoma.

Figure 13. Immunohistochemistry on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded section of human tonsillar lymphoma.

Figure 14. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells. Nuclear staning with DAPI.

Figure 14. Immunohistochemistry on frozen section of swine colon showing positive staining in connective tissue cells and no reactivity in epithelial cells. Nuclear staning with DAPI.