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Recombinant Mouse anti Human CD56

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SKU: 0566P Categories : Primary Antibodies, Primary antibodies, Primary Antibodies
Figure 1. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human small cell lung cancer cells (NCI-H82) in tissue culture with 0566P (diluted 1:500), showing the specific staining pattern of NCAM/CD56 adhesion sites in between the individual cells.

Figure 1. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human small cell lung cancer cells (NCI-H82) in tissue culture with 0566P (diluted 1:500), showing the specific staining pattern of NCAM/CD56 adhesion sites in between the individual cells.

Figure 2. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human neural cells (SH-SY-5Y) in tissue culture with 0566P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific staining pattern of NCAM/CD56 adhesion sites in between the individual cells.

Figure 2. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human neural cells (SH-SY-5Y) in tissue culture with 0566P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific staining pattern of NCAM/CD56 adhesion sites in between the individual cells.

Figure 3. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human urinary bladder frozen tissue sections with 0566P (diluted 1:500), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the nerves that innervate the tissue. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment, muscle or connective tissue.

Figure 3. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human urinary bladder frozen tissue sections with 0566P (diluted 1:500), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the nerves that innervate the tissue. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment, muscle or connective tissue.

Figure 4. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of swine colon frozen tissue sections with 0566P (diluted 1:500), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the nerves innervating the tissue (parasympathetic ganglion cells in both Auerbach's and Meissner's plexuses). As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment, muscle or connective tissue.

Figure 4. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of swine colon frozen tissue sections with 0566P (diluted 1:500), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the nerves innervating the tissue (parasympathetic ganglion cells in both Auerbach's and Meissner's plexuses). As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment, muscle or connective tissue.

Figure 5. Immunostaining of human formalin fixed, paraffin embedded tissue sections of cerebral cortex with 0566P (diluted 1:400), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the neural  cell types. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the connective tissue

Figure 5. Immunostaining of human formalin fixed, paraffin embedded tissue sections of cerebral cortex with 0566P (diluted 1:400), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the neural cell types. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the connective tissue

Figure 6. Immunostaining of human formalin fixed, paraffin embedded tissue sections with islets of Langerhans in the pancreas using 0566P (diluted 1:400), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the neuroendocrine cell types. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment or connective tissue

Figure 6. Immunostaining of human formalin fixed, paraffin embedded tissue sections with islets of Langerhans in the pancreas using 0566P (diluted 1:400), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the neuroendocrine cell types. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment or connective tissue

Figure 7. Immunostaining of human formalin fixed, paraffin embedded tissue section of a pancreatic carcinoid with 0566P (diluted 1:400), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the tumor cells.

Figure 7. Immunostaining of human formalin fixed, paraffin embedded tissue section of a pancreatic carcinoid with 0566P (diluted 1:400), showing the specific pattern of NCAM/CD56 in the tumor cells.