Antibodies for Immunohistochemistry (IHC)

Introduction of IHC

Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is a combination of anatomical, immunological and biochemical methods used to localize antigens in tissue sections by using labeled antibody as specific reagents through antigen-antibody interactions that are visualized by a marker such as fluorescent dye or enzyme.

Since immunohistochemistry involves specific antigen-antibody reaction, it can be used to detect any antigen that has an antibody raised against it. Thus, immunohistochemistry has become a crucial technique and widely used in many biomedical research laboratories as well as clinical diagnostics.

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IHC Validated Antibodies

Aviva has validated many antibodies using different human tissues. Please see below for the list and details of those antibodies.

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Target Sku Tissue Application Image Price
AARSARP40369_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
ABHD14AARP67925_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ABHD14AARP67926_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ACAA1ARP48177_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ACADVLARP54486_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
ACO2ARP56302_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
ACSL1ARP32784_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ADCK2ARP63131_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
APOEARP54283_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
AREL1ARP44874_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
ASAHLARP44939_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
BCKDHAARP56119_P050LungWB, IHC$289
C11orf24ARP49708_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
C14orf166ARP34545_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
C19orf10ARP63969_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
C2orf43ARP62773_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
CA4ARP41422_P050LungWB, IHC$289
CALRARP30114_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
CCT4ARP34271_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
CES2ARP42158_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
CHP1ARP52307_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
CIAO1ARP34400_P050LungWB, IHC$289
CKAP4ARP46790_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
CLN6ARP47372_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
CMC4ARP30860_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
CPDARP53585_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
CPEARP58445_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
CRIP2ARP34373_P050LungWB, IHC$289
CRSP9ARP33741_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
CTAGE5ARP47994_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
CTAGE5ARP47999_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
CTBP1ARP32468_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
CTTNARP52067_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
CYP3A43ARP49757_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
CYP3A43ARP49758_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
CYP4F3ARP41823_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
DCAF11ARP42649_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
DEGS1ARP45501_P050LungWB, IHC$289
DHODHARP41942_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
DHX30ARP36525_P050LungWB, IHC$289
DHX30ARP36525_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
DLDARP58455_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
DNAJB1ARP54795_P050LungWB, IHC$289
DND1ARP41198_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
DPH1ARP51956_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
EEA1ARP30074_P050LiverWB, IHC, IP$289
EEA1ARP58125_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
EXOC3ARP52317_P050LungWB, IHC$289
FANCLARP56321_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
FBXO21ARP43175_P050LungWB, IHC$289
FBXO9ARP43134_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
FBXW7ARP47419_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
FCGRTARP46406_P050LungWB, IHC$289
FKBP4ARP30180_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
FLIIARP54614_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
FMO3ARP44434_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
FMO5ARP45115_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
FOLR1ARP41427_P050LungWB, IHC$289
FOXK2ARP34775_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
GAAARP44226_P050LungWB, IHC$289
GAS2L1ARP52197_P050LungWB, IHC$289
GCLCARP54576_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
GGCXARP44340_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
GGPS1ARP48534_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
GJA4ARP36603_P050LungWB, IHC$289
GNL3LARP58798_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
GOT1ARP48205_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
GPAA1ARP46363_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
GPAA1ARP46363_P050LungWB, IHC$289
GPX3ARP41491_P050LungWB, IHC$289
GRHPRARP48317_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
GRIK5ARP37674_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
GRK5ARP54750_P050LungWB, IHC$289
GSNARP54299_P050LungWB, IHC$289
GSRARP54344_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
H6PDARP51206_P050LungWB, IHC$289
HADHARP54765_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
HERC5ARP43213_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
HINT1ARP54766_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
HINT1ARP54767_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
HIPK2ARP32586_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
HLA-FARP49411_P050LungWB, IHC$289
HPARP42218_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
HSP90B1ARP40463_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
HSPA8ARP48445_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
ICA1ARP54742_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
IGFBP7ARP48174_P050LungWB, IHC$289
ILF3ARP38968_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
JAG2ARP45254_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
KARSARP40589_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
KCNMA1ARP35092_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
KRT7ARP58232_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
KRT7ARP58232_P050LungWB, IHC$289
KRT8ARP42028_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
KRT8ARP42029_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
LAPTM4BARP47442_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
LBPARP41546_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
LCATARP41696_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
LDHAARP54777_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
LMAN2ARP46788_P050LungWB, IHC$289
LPIN1ARP53826_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
LYPLA2ARP58638_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
MAP2K2ARP48942_P050LungWB, IHC$289
MAP2K3ARP42064_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
MAP2K3ARP42065_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
MAPK7ARP57731_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
MASP2ARP41573_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ME1ARP32794_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
MED7ARP33741_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
MICALL1ARP51692_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
MRPS15ARP33299_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
MST1ARP45724_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
MTUS1ARP44419_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
MTX2ARP51788_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
MXD4ARP32777_P050LungWB, IHC$289
NETO2ARP47391_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
NFATC4ARP38493_P050LungWB, IHC$289
NOMO1ARP54998_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
NPRL2ARP50539_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
NR2F6ARP32256_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
NR2F6ARP32256_P050LungWB, IHC$289
NR2F6ARP45627_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
NUDCARP52205_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
OGTARP49154_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
P4HBARP48151_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
P4HBARP48151_P050LungWB, IHC$289
PA2G4ARP47601_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
PAPSS2ARP48642_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
PAPSS2ARP48642_P050LungWB, IHC$289
PARLARP44851_P050LungWB, IHC$289
PCDHGC4ARP49389_P050LungWB, IHC$289
PDXKARP53615_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
PDXKARP53615_P050LungWB, IHC$289
PHBARP32807_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
PHBARP32807_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
PHBARP32807_P050LungWB, IHC$289
PHLDA2ARP58237_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
PIGFARP40408_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
PLOD2ARP42731_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
PPME1ARP56845_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
PRDX2ARP48281_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
PRDX3ARP52341_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
PSEN2ARP44289_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
PSMA1ARP40417_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
PTGS1ARP41836_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
PTOV1ARP50614_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
RAB1AARP56561_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
RABL4ARP48306_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RAD54BARP36407_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RAD54BARP36408_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RER1ARP46815_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RGS6ARP34043_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
RHODARP42413_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RHODARP42413_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
RHODARP42414_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RHODARP42414_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
RNASET2ARP33127_P050LungWB, IHC$289
RORAARP45607_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
RPEARP56725_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RPEARP56726_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RPL13ARP40217_P050LungWB, IHC$289
RPL18ARP56127_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RPLP0ARP40221_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
RPN2ARP45400_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
RPS28ARP65601_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RPS9ARP61782_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
RTCBARP56745_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
RUNX1T1ARP58127_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
SELENBP1ARP48234_P050LungWB, IHC$289
SERPINE1ARP47469_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
SFTPBARP41411_P050LungWB, IHC$289
SGK1ARP56652_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
SH3BGRLARP48218_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
SHMT2ARP46129_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
SLBPARP40657_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
SLC16A1ARP43842_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
SLC1A4ARP43827_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
SLC25A11ARP43850_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
SLC25A4ARP43818_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
SLC26A1ARP44029_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
SLC27A6ARP43781_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
SLC37A4ARP43820_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
SLC37A4ARP43821_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
SLCO1A2ARP43899_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
SLCO2B1ARP43926_P050LungWB, IHC$289
SNRNP70ARP40439_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
SQLEARP42101_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
SRPRBARP49643_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
STAT6ARP31048_P050LungWB, IHC$289
STAT6ARP38257_P050LungWB, IHC$289
SULT1A1ARP49134_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
SULT1A1ARP49134_P050LungWB, IHC$289
SZRD1ARP55304_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
TAP1ARP43628_P050LungWB, IHC$289
TBX10ARP31986_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
TKTARP48540_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
TKTARP48540_P050LungWB, IHC$289
TMEM135ARP49773_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
TMX4ARP49630_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
TRIB1ARP52412_P050LungWB, IHC$289
TRIM32ARP31692_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
TSTA3ARP58679_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
UGT1A6ARP41458_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
UGT1A7ARP49438_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
UMPSARP48147_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
UQCR10ARP44448_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
USE1ARP34134_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
VARSARP46151_P050LungWB, IHC$289
VDAC2ARP35123_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
WBP11ARP46241_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC, IP$289
WWP1ARP43084_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
XPO1ARP40465_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
XPOTARP40711_P050Bronchial EpithelialWB, IHC$289
YIPF4ARP60535_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ZDHHC17ARP47141_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
ZFRARP34527_P050Pineal GlandWB, IHC$289
ZGPATARP42679_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ZNF142ARP38554_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ZNF236ARP33556_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ZNF3ARP33506_P050LiverWB, IHC$289
ZNF419ARP39606_P050LiverWB, IHC$289

IHC Antibodies in Human Diseases

Aviva has identified antibodies that have been used in IHC for identifying biomarkers in human diseases and want to provide researchers with resources. For a list of such antibodies, please see below.

The antibodies listed here detect important protein targets mis-expressed in cancer and can be used for cancer detection in various human tissues.

The following antibodies were selected based on multiple criteria such as:

  • Their importance in disease pathways.
  • Having been used and validated in IHC experiments using human tissues.
  • Having publications citing their use as biomarkers for various disease indications.

For any questions, please contact us at or call us at (888) 880-0001.

IHC Antibodies in Human Diseases

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Gene Sku Species Reactivity Application Size Price
ABCC3OAAB00150HumanWB, IHC, FC400 ul$289
ALPHA-INTERNEXIN OAPC00002Most mammalsWB, IF, IHC100 ul$289
AMYLOID P COMPONENTARP41962_T100Human, Rat, Guinea pig, MouseIHC, WB100 ul$229
APCSARP41962_T100Human, Rat, Guinea pig, MouseIHC, WB100 ul$229
BAF 47ARP34171_P050Human, Dog, Pig, Horse, Rat, Guinea pig, Bovine, MouseIHC, WB100 ul$289
Calprotectin [B314.1 (MAC 387)]OAAD00030Monkey, baboon, Swine, Dog, Cat Rabbit, Rat Mouse, Guinea PigIHC500 ul$160
CD 40OAAF01948Human, MouseWB, IHC, ELISA100 ug$289
CD163-N TermOAAB04323HumanWB, IHC400 ul$289
CD36ARP48127_P050Human, Dog, Horse, Rat, Pig, Goat, Rabbit, Guinea pig, Bovine, MouseIHC, WB100 ul$289
CDX2ARP31476_P050Pig, Dog, Bovine, Rabbit, Rat, Guinea pig, Mouse, Human, HorseWB100 ul$289
CEBPAARP57937_P050Bovine, Dog, Pig, Rabbit, Rat, Guinea pig, Human, Mouse, Zebrafish, Horse, SheepWB, IHC100 ul$289
CREB3L2ARP34673_T100Human, Bovine, Horse, Rabbit, Rat, Guinea pig, Mouse, DogIHC, WB100 ul$229
DDX5ARP36365_T100Mouse, Human, Rat, Bovine, Dog, Horse, Rabbit, Guinea pigWB100 ul$229
DEKOAAB05777HumanWB, IHC, ELISA200 ug$289
DELTA-SARCOGLYCANOAEB02753Human, Mouse, Rat, Dog, Pig, CowELISA, WB, IHC100 ug$289
DYSFERLINOAAF01779Human, MouseWB, ELISA100 ug$289
ESA [B29.1 (VU-ID9)]OAAD00013Human. Others not tested.IHC500 ul$135
ETV4ARP32263_P050Mouse, Rat, Human, Bovine, Pig, Horse, Rabbit, DogWB100 ul$289
FLI1ARP38096_T100Human, Rat, Bovine, Pig, Horse, Rabbit, Guinea pig, Dog, Mouse, ZebrafishWB100 ul$229
FLI1-N Term K67OAAB03501HumanWB, IHC400 ul$289
FOXP1ARP32564_T100Human, Mouse, Horse, Rabbit, Guinea pig, Rat, Bovine, DogIHC, WB100 ul$229
FUBP1ARP35704_P050Human, Rabbit, Dog, Bovine, Rat, Pig, Guinea pig, MouseIHC, WB100 ul$289
GLUL-N TermOAAB04005Human, MouseWB, IHC400 ul$289
GPC3ARP37665_T100Mouse, Human, Dog, Pig, Horse, Rabbit, Guinea pig, Rat, BovineWB100 ul$229
Granzyme BOAAF01817Human, Mouse, RatWB, IHC, ELISA100 ug$289
HOXA13ARP31955_P050Human, Mouse, DogWB100 ul$289
MAb to CRPOAMA01329ELISA, IHC-FFPE, IA1 mg$400
MAb to HPV 16(E7)OAMA01486ELISA, FC, IP, WB, IHC - frozen sections.200 ug$280
MDM4AVARP06007_P050Bovine, Dog, Horse, Human, Pig, RabbitWB100 ul$289
MRP 4OAEB02455Dog, Guinea pig, Horse, Mouse, Rabbit, RatIHC, IF, WB100 ug$289
MSNARP63015_P050Dog, Rat, Pig, Horse, Rabbit, Guinea pig, Human, Mouse, Bovine, Zebrafish, YeastWB100 ul$289
NONOARP40715_T100Human, Mouse, Dog, Horse, Rat, Guinea pig, BovineIF, WB100 ul$229
NOTCH2ARP32723_P050Bovine, Dog, Pig, Mouse, Human, Rabbit, Rat, Guinea pigWB100 ul$289
PAX2P100859_T100Bovine, Dog, Guinea pig, Human, Mouse, Pig, Rabbit, Rat, Sheep, ZebrafishIHC, WB100 ul$229
PAX7ARP30947_P050Zebrafish, Rat, Bovine, Dog, Human, Rabbit, Mouse, Guinea pig, GoatIF, WB100 ul$289
PIT-1ARP31419_P050Bovine, Goat, Pig, Dog, Mouse, Rat, Horse, Rabbit, Guinea pig, Human, Sheep, ZebrafishIHC, WB100 ul$289
SBDSARP45719_T100Dog, Pig, Mouse, Horse, Human, Guinea pig, Bovine, Rat, Rabbit, ZebrafishIHC, WB100 ul$229
SF-1ARP31834_P050Human, Dog, Horse, Rat, Guinea pig, Bovine, Rabbit, Sheep, MouseIHC, WB100 ul$289
SMARCB1ARP34171_P050Human, Dog, Pig, Horse, Rat, Guinea pig, Bovine, MouseIHC, WB100 ul$289
SOX2ARP31737_P050Bovine, Pig, Human, Horse, Rat, Dog, Rabbit, Goat, Mouse, Sheep, ZebrafishIHC, WB100 ul$289
STAT3ARP38253_P050Human, Mouse, Dog, Pig, Bovine, Horse, Rabbit, Rat, Guinea pig, ZebrafishIHC, WB, IF100 ul$289
SUZ12ARP39190_P050Human, Bovine, Dog, Pig, Horse, Rabbit, Rat, Guinea pig, MouseWB100 ul$289
TAF15ARP30112_P050Rabbit, Rat, Guinea pig, Human, Bovine, Dog, Mouse, YeastIHC, WB100 ul$289
TAL1ARP31428_P050Human, Mouse, Pig, Rabbit, Bovine, Dog, RatWB100 ul$289
TBX19ARP32363_T100Rat, Zebrafish, Pig, Horse, Rabbit, Guinea pig, Human, Bovine, Dog, MouseIHC, WB100 ul$229
WHSC1ARP33489_P050Human, Horse, Dog, Guinea pig, Mouse, Rat, RabbitWB100 ul$289

Aviva IHC Publications

Many of Aviva's antibodies have been used in IHC experiments and cited in top journal.

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No. Gene Sku Publication Pubmed Link
1ABCC4OAEB02455Gori, I. et al. Augmented epithelial multidrug resistance-associated protein 4 expression in peritoneal endometriosis: regulation by lipoxin A(4). Fertil. Steril. 99, 1965–73.e2 (2013).23472950
2ABCC4OAEB02455Montani, M. et al. Multidrug resistance protein 4 (MRP4) expression in prostate cancer is associated with androgen signaling and decreases with tumor progression. Virchows Arch. 462, 437–43 (2013).23503867
3ALBARP41746_P050Holzer, M. et al. Uremia alters HDL composition and function. J. Am. Soc. Nephrol. 22, 1631–41 (2011).21804091
4ANXA3ARP36578_T100Bianchi, C. et al. Primary cell cultures from human renal cortex and renal-cell carcinoma evidence a differential expression of two spliced isoforms of Annexin A3. Am. J. Pathol. 176, 1660–70 (2010).20167856
5ANXA3ARP36578_T100Seliger, B. et al. Combined analysis of transcriptome and proteome data as a tool for the identification of candidate biomarkers in renal cell carcinoma. Proteomics 9, 1567–81 (2009).19235166
6ANXA4ARP36686_T100de la Cuesta, F. et al. A proteomic focus on the alterations occurring at the human atherosclerotic coronary intima. Mol. Cell. Proteomics 10, M110.003517 (2011).21248247
7ANXA4ARP36686_T100Staquicini, F. I. et al. Vascular ligand-receptor mapping by direct combinatorial selection in cancer patients. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 108, 18637–42 (2011).22049339
8ARG2ARP54567_P050Lukasova, M., Malaval, C., Gille, A., Kero, J. & Offermanns, S. Nicotinic acid inhibits progression of atherosclerosis in mice through its receptor GPR109A expressed by immune cells. J. Clin. Invest. 121, 1163–73 (2011).21317532
9ARL13BARP52779_P050Zhang, Z. et al. Fuz regulates craniofacial development through tissue specific responses to signaling factors. PLoS One 6, e24608 (2011).21935430
10BMP7ARP32329_T100Whiteland, H. et al. Putative prognostic epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition biomarkers for aggressive prostate cancer. Exp. Mol. Pathol. 95, 220–6 (2013).23933194
11BMP7ARP32329_T100Lovric, V. et al. Effects of demineralized bone matrix on tendon-bone healing in an intra-articular rodent model. Am. J. Sports Med. 40, 2365–74 (2012).22984131
12BMP7ARP32329_T100Fiaschetti, G. et al. Bone morphogenetic protein-7 is a MYC target with prosurvival functions in childhood medulloblastoma. Oncogene 30, 2823–35 (2011).21317922
13BMP7ARP32329_T100Filion, T. M. et al. Elastomeric osteoconductive synthetic scaffolds with acquired osteoinductivity expedite the repair of critical femoral defects in rats. Tissue Eng. Part A 17, 503–11 (2011).20818999
14BMP7ARP32329_T100Rui, Y. F. et al. Expression of chondro-osteogenic BMPs in clinical samples of patellar tendinopathy. Knee Surg. Sports Traumatol. Arthrosc. 20, 1409–17 (2012).21946950
15BMP7ARP32329_T100Mae, S.-I. et al. Combination of small molecules enhances differentiation of mouse embryonic stem cells into intermediate mesoderm through BMP7-positive cells. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 393, 877–82 (2010).20171952
16BMP7ARP32329_T100Yi, T. et al. Regulation of embryonic kidney branching morphogenesis and glomerular development by KISS1 receptor (Gpr54) through NFAT2- and Sp1-mediated Bmp7 expression. J. Biol. Chem. 285, 17811–20 (2010).20375015
17BMP7ARP32329_T100Morrissey, C., Brown, L. G., Pitts, T. E. M., Vessella, R. L. & Corey, E. Bone morphogenetic protein 7 is expressed in prostate cancer metastases and its effects on prostate tumor cells depend on cell phenotype and the tumor microenvironment. Neoplasia 12, 192–205 (2010).20126477
18BMP7ARP32329_T100Lovric, V. et al. Effects of demineralized bone matrix on tendon-bone healing in an intra-articular rodent model. Am. J. Sports Med. 40, 2365–74 (2012).22984131
19BMP7ARP32329_T100Fiaschetti, G. et al. Bone morphogenetic protein-7 is a MYC target with prosurvival functions in childhood medulloblastoma. Oncogene 30, 2823–35 (2011).21317922
20BMP7ARP32329_T100Filion, T. M. et al. Elastomeric osteoconductive synthetic scaffolds with acquired osteoinductivity expedite the repair of critical femoral defects in rats. Tissue Eng. Part A 17, 503–11 (2011).20818999
21BMP7ARP32329_T100Rui, Y. F. et al. Expression of chondro-osteogenic BMPs in clinical samples of patellar tendinopathy. Knee Surg. Sports Traumatol. Arthrosc. 20, 1409–17 (2012).21946950
22BMP7ARP32329_T100Mae, S.-I. et al. Combination of small molecules enhances differentiation of mouse embryonic stem cells into intermediate mesoderm through BMP7-positive cells. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 393, 877–82 (2010).20171952
23BMP7ARP32329_T100Yi, T. et al. Regulation of embryonic kidney branching morphogenesis and glomerular development by KISS1 receptor (Gpr54) through NFAT2- and Sp1-mediated Bmp7 expression. J. Biol. Chem. 285, 17811–20 (2010).20375015
24BMP7ARP32329_T100Morrissey, C., Brown, L. G., Pitts, T. E. M., Vessella, R. L. & Corey, E. Bone morphogenetic protein 7 is expressed in prostate cancer metastases and its effects on prostate tumor cells depend on cell phenotype and the tumor microenvironment. Neoplasia 12, 192–205 (2010).20126477
25BRCA1AVARP02017_P050Kim, J.-H., Yu, C.-H., Yhee, J.-Y., Im, K.-S. & Sur, J.-H. Lymphocyte infiltration, expression of interleukin (IL) -1, IL-6 and expression of mutated breast cancer susceptibility gene-1 correlate with malignancy of canine mammary tumours. J. Comp. Pathol. 142, 177–8619959182
26CAV2AVARP09020_P050Chi Sabins, N. et al. DLK1: a novel target for immunotherapeutic remodeling of the tumor blood vasculature. Mol. Ther. 21, 1958–68 (2013).23896726
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OOMB00001Antibody Dilution Buffer for IHC, ICC (OOMB00001)ICC/IHC10 ml$40
OOMB0000710X Antigen Retrieval Solution pH 9.0 for Immunohistochemistry (OOMB00007)IHC100 ml$65
OOMB00005Wash Buffer for IHC, ICC (20X) (OOMB00005)ICC/IHC100 ml$56
OOMB00002LightOn Anti-Fade Mounting Media for Immunofluorescence ICC & IHC (OOMB00002)ICC/IHC6 ml$65
OOMB00003Blocking Buffer for Immunocytochemistry and Immunohistochemistry (OOMB00003)ICC/IHC10 ml$40
OOMB0000610X Antigen Retrieval Solution pH 6.0 for Immunohistochemistry (OOMB00006)IHC100 ml$65
OOMB00004Permeabilization Buffer for Immunocytochemistry and Immunohistochemistry (OOMB00004)ICC/IHC10 ml$40