The sections were stained for the following markers: Pancytokeratin (Leica Bond AE1/AE3), NSE (Leica Bond 22C9), CD56 (Leica Bond CD564), Vimentin (Leica Bond V9), CD10 (Leica Bond 56C6), progesterone receptor (Leica Bond 16), [beta] catenin (Leica Bond 17C2), chromogranin (VENTANA), synaptophysin (Leica) and CD99 (VENTANA O13).
Membranous staining for Pan Cytokeratin, CD56 and CD10 and nuclear staining for PR and [beta] catenin was taken as positive.
The [alpha], [beta], p, and [gamma] catenins
play important roles in intercellular signal transduction.
arenarum larvae Stage VIII Antibodies Control Anti-E-cadherin ++++ proximal tubules ++ undifferentiated tnesonephrogenic mesen- chyme +collecting ducts - distal tubules - glomerulus Anti-desmoglein -- Ant I-P-cadherin -- Anti-N-cadherin -- Anti-adherin-5 -- Anti-NCA N1 180 -- Anti-[beta] catenin
+ distal tubules ++++ collecting ducts - glomerulus Anti-[alpha] catenin
++++/+++ collecting and distal tubules + proximal tubules -- glomerulus Anti-[gamma] catenin
-- Anti - pp 120 -- B.
He completely gave up chicken and mutton which are Beta catenin
, p120ctn, is a common membrane-associated protein in various epithelial and non-epithelial cells and tissues.
We found that the absence of CLASP2 or pi20 catenin
in epidermal stem cells caused a loss of their adhesion, and therefore the structure of these cells," said Shahbazi.
1,2) The integrity and morphology of epithelial units is maintained by E-cadherin and its undercoat proteins, the catenins
([alpha], [beta], and [gamma]]g), which are associated with the cytoplasmic domain of E-cadherin.
Like LCIS, PLCIS exhibits loss of E-cadherin staining (Figure 2, D) and cytoplasmic redistribution of p120 catenin
, and hence these 2 stains are useful to confirm a suspected diagnosis.
4] After examination of the expression of cadherins and [Beta]-catenin
, the distribution pattern of cadherin and catenin
expression (plasma membrane, cytoplasm, or nucleus), intensity of staining, and percentage of cells stained were recorded.
If so, are they catenins
found in those junctions, or where you see the cell-cell staining?
For Ecadherin--an adhesion molecule forming complexes with catenins
at epithelial cell-cell adherens junctions that is lost during epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition--positive membrane staining is only seen in the epithelial cells, not the stromal cells.