Blood Group Antigen Lewis B
|Immunogen||:||Mucin isolated from ovarian cyst fluid|
|Specificity||:||Blood group antigen Lewis B|
|Protocol||:||30 min @ RT|
Lewis blood group antigens are carbohydrate moieties structurally integrated in mucous secretions. Lewis antigen system alterations have been described in gastric carcinoma and associated lesions. Anomalous expression of Lewis B antigen has been found in some non-secretory gastric carcinomas and colorectal cancers. This antibody will stain Lewis B antigen in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues. A panel of antibodies to Lewis antigens, including Lewis A, Lewis B and sialylated Lewis A, is useful in the immunopathological analysis of gastric cancers. Monoclonal antibody 2-25LE detects Lewis B antigen in cultured cells and tissue sections using immunohistochemistry and will react with the immunogen in ELISA assays. This antibody stains blood group antigen Lewis B.
|Cat no.||Product Name||Pack size|
MU304-UC ||Blood Group Antigen Lewis B||