Pmel17/gp100

Rb, 0.5 ml Conc.

Artikelnummer:1-PM005-05
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Technische Daten
Lagerung AK:Store at 2 - 8 °C. Do not use after expiration date indicated on the vial.
Kontrolle:Melanoma
Zelluläre Lokalisation:Cytoplasmic
Fixierung:1) NOTOXhisto 2) Formalin
Anwendung AK:IHC(p),IHC(f)
Immunogen:Synthetic peptide of human PMEL17
Ig Unterklasse:IgG
Spezies:Rabbit
Klon:Polyclonal
Format AK:Concentrate
Reaktivität AK:Human, others not tested.
Synonyme:95 kDa melanocyte specific secreted glycoprotein, D12S53E, gp100, M-beta, ME20, ME20 M/ME20 S, ME20-M, ME20-S, Melanocyte lineage specific antigen GP100, Melanocyte protein mel 17, Melanoma associated ME20 antigen, Melanoma gp100, Melanosomal matrix protein 17, Melanosomal matrix protein17, P1, p100, p26, PMEL 17, PMEL, Premelanosome protein, Secreted melanoma-associated ME20 antigen, SI, SIL, SILV, Silver (mouse homolog) like, Silver homolog, Silver locus protein homolog, Melanoma Associated Antigen, MAA
Verfügbar in folgenden Ländern:world wide (except US)
Status:IVD
Beschreibung

Pmel17/gp100 is a type I transmembrane glycoprotein that is enriched in melanosomes (melanin-producing organelles in melanocytes) and plays a role in the biogenesis of melanosomes. Pmel17/gp100 is a melanoma-specific marker which is routinely used in the diagnosis of primary cutaneous malignant melanoma, clear cells sarcomas (melanoma of soft tissue), nevocellular nevi, and normal melanocytes.

Literatur

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