Human bowel: immunohistochemical staining for S-100. Note cytoplasmic staining of ganglia and peripheral nerve cells. S-100: Polyclonal

S-100

s-100

Antigen Background

S-100A and S-100B proteins are two members of the S-100 family of proteins. S-100A is composed of an alpha and beta chain, whereas S-100B is composed of two beta chains. S-100 protein is reported to be expressed in neuroectodermal tissue, including nerves and melanocytes. Langerhans cells in skin and interdigitating reticulum cells in the paracortex of lymph nodes are also reported to express S-100 protein. It is noteworthy that S-100 protein is highly soluble and may be eluted from frozen tissue during immunohistochemical procedures.


Disclaimer

S-100 is recommended for the detection of specific antigens of interest in normal and neoplastic tissues, as an adjunct to conventional histopathology using non-immunologic histochemical stains.

  • S100P-L-CE
    1ml NCL-L-S100p
    POLYCLONAL
    Liquid Concentrate
    P
  • PA0820
    7ML (4C4.9 MAB) S100 Protein 'CM'
  • PA0900
    7ml S-100 Bond RTU Primary
    POLYCLONAL
    BOND RTU
    P (ENZYME)

Product Specifications

Product Specifications

S100P-L-CE
Dermatopathology
POLYCLONAL
Liquid Concentrate
Yes
P
Poly
Rabbit
In Vitro Diagnostic Use
1ml
PA0820
PA0900
Dermatopathology
POLYCLONAL
BOND RTU
Yes
P (ENZYME)
Poly
Rabbit
In Vitro Diagnostic Use
7ml

Documents

Documents

S100P-L-CE
PA0900

Resources

Resources

Antigen Background

S-100A and S-100B proteins are two members of the S-100 family of proteins. S-100A is composed of an alpha and beta chain, whereas S-100B is composed of two beta chains. S-100 protein is reported to be expressed in neuroectodermal tissue, including nerves and melanocytes. Langerhans cells in skin and interdigitating reticulum cells in the paracortex of lymph nodes are also reported to express S-100 protein. It is noteworthy that S-100 protein is highly soluble and may be eluted from frozen tissue during immunohistochemical procedures.


Disclaimer

S-100 is recommended for the detection of specific antigens of interest in normal and neoplastic tissues, as an adjunct to conventional histopathology using non-immunologic histochemical stains.

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