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Please, I need a C4d for HIC but IF
could you tell me if it possible to use your antibody in IF
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Moglie Le Quintrec <---@gmail.com
Thurman lab anschutz medical university Denver CO 80220



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For immunofluorescence, we recommend product 12-5001, FITC conjugation. We have not tried to use these antibodies for Flow cytometry as the customer requested, so we don’t know if it works.

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2014-10-23

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