Product Details
Catalog Number: CH23010
Applications: ICC, WB, IHC
Type: Chicken IgY
Dilutions: ICC 1:100-1:200; IHC 1:100-1:200; WB 1:250-1:500
Immunogen: Peptide common to mouse (NP_035831) and human (NP_003371) Vimentin
Storage: Store at 4°C in the dark
Format A: Affinity Purified
Format B: liquid
Species Reactivity: Human, Mouse
Downloads: Datasheet (pdf)
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Human vimentin is a 53,521 dalton protein (466 amino acids) expressed in many cell types of mesodermal origin, and is one of the intermediate filament types that form the cytoskeleton. In the embryonic nervous system, however, vimentin is expressed by migrating neural crest cells forming the PNS, and by neural stem cells of the CNS. In some forms of glioblastoma, vimentin is re-expressed by the tumor cells and serves as a general indicator of their undifferentiated state.

Immunohistochemical staining for Vimentin is also characteristic of sarcomas (of neural, muscle and fibroblast origin) compared to carcinomas which are generally negative. Melanomas, lymphomas and vascular tumors may all stain for Vimentin. Vimentin antibodies are thus of value in the differential diagnosis of undifferentiated neoplasms and malignant tumors.

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cultured dissociated cells from an e13 mouse brain), vimentin (green staining) can be seen forming the cytoskeleton of immature astrocyte progenitor cells. DAPI (blue staining) allows visualization of nuclei.

Cultured dissociated cells from an e13 mouse brain), vimentin (green staining) can be seen forming the cytoskeleton of immature astrocyte progenitor cells. DAPI (blue staining) allows visualization of nuclei.

cultured dissociated cells from an e13 mouse brain), vimentin (green staining) can be seen forming the cytoskeleton of immature astrocyte progenitor cells. DAPI (blue staining) allows visualization of nuclei.

Cultured dissociated cells from an e13 mouse brain), vimentin (green staining) can be seen forming the cytoskeleton of immature astrocyte progenitor cells. DAPI (blue staining) allows visualization of nuclei.