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Recombinant rabbit anti vimentin

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SKU: MUB1904P Categories : Primary antibodies, Primary antibodies, Monoclonal Antibody
Figure 1. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of normal human dermal fibroblasts in tissue culture with MUB1904P (diluted 1:100), showing the specific cytoskeletal pattern of vimentin intermediate filaments.

Figure 1. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of normal human dermal fibroblasts in tissue culture with MUB1904P (diluted 1:100), showing the specific cytoskeletal pattern of vimentin intermediate filaments.

Figure 2. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human kidney tissue section with MUB1904P (diluted 1:1000), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, podocytes, and endothelial cells in blood vessels. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 2. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human kidney tissue section with MUB1904P (diluted 1:1000), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, podocytes, and endothelial cells in blood vessels. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 3. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human kidney tissue section with MUB1904P (diluted 1:1000), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, podocytes, and endothelial cells in blood vessels. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 3. Indirect immunofluorescence staining of human kidney tissue section with MUB1904P (diluted 1:1000), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, podocytes, and endothelial cells in blood vessels. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 4. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue section of placenta with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, and endothelial cells in blood vessels. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 4. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue section of placenta with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, and endothelial cells in blood vessels. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 5. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue section of testis with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, endothelial cells in blood vessels and Sertoli cells.

Figure 5. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue section of testis with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, endothelial cells in blood vessels and Sertoli cells.

Figure 6. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue sections of human colon with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, and endothelial cells in blood vessels. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 6. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue sections of human colon with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, and endothelial cells in blood vessels. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 7. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue sections of human kidney with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, and podocytes.  As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 7. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue sections of human kidney with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue, and podocytes. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 8. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue sections of human small intestine with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 8. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue sections of human small intestine with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types, such as fibroblasts in the connective tissue. As expected, no reactivity is seen in the epithelial cell compartment.

Figure 9. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue sections of human spleen with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types.

Figure 9. Immunostaining of human paraffin embedded tissue sections of human spleen with MUB1904P (diluted 1:200), showing the specific pattern of vimentin in the mesenchymal cell types.

Figure 10. Western blotting result showing the specific reactivity of MUB1904P 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 10. Western blotting result showing the specific reactivity of MUB1904P 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 11. Non-reduced and reduced SDS-PAGE of MUB1904P showing its purity.

Figure 11. Non-reduced and reduced SDS-PAGE of MUB1904P showing its purity.