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#16511791   2006/03/02 Save this To Up

Flow cytometric patterns in blood from dogs with non-neoplastic and neoplastic hematologic diseases using double labeling for CD18 and CD45.

In dogs, flow cytometry is used in the phenotyping of immunologic cells and in the diagnosis of hemic neoplasia. However, the paucity of specific antibodies for myeloid cells and B lymphocytes and of labeled antibodies for multicolor techniques limits the ability to detect all leukocyte subpopulations. This is especially true for neoplastic and precursor cells. CD18 and CD45 are expressed on all leukocytes and are involved in cell activation, and together could be useful in helping determine cell lineage.

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#12950651   2003/09/02 Save this To Up

Localization of smooth muscle actin in the iridocorneal angle of normal and spontaneous glaucomatous beagle dogs.

To date, our knowledge of the canine trabecular meshwork (TM) with regard to contractility is incomplete. It is important to understand the potential contractile capability within the TM and possible changes associated with spontaneous hypertensive glaucoma. To that end we have examined the presence of actin, including smooth muscle (SM) actin, in the normal and glaucomatous canine iridocorneal angle (ICA) morphologically and immunohistochemically.

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#8056721   1994/09/12 Save this To Up

Purification of cardiac annexin V from the beagle dog heart and changes in its localization in the ischemic rat heart.

We isolated and purified 35 kDa protein from the myocardium of the beagle dog and identified it to be annexin V from partial amino acid sequence determination. It was confirmed that anticanine cardiac annexin V rabbit polyclonal antibody, which was produced using the 35 kDa protein, cross-reacts with annexin V of the myocardium, lung, liver, kidney, and brain of the rat. The localization of cardiac annexin V and the effect of ischemia for 30-180 min in the rat were immunohistochemically studied with the use of the Langendorff perfusion heart. In the normal myocardium, annexin V, accompanied by cross-striation, was observed throughout the cell. In ischemia of 30 min, extracellular leakage of annexin V was observed with uneven staining in the cytoplasm. When the ischemic time exceeded 60 min, annexin V was observed in the cell membrane with a decrease of annexin V in the cytoplasm. Also, extracellular leakage of annexin V was observed prominently. In ischemia for 180 min, almost all the annexin V in the cytoplasm disappeared. These results suggest that the level of ischemia can be estimated from the changes in localization of annexin V.

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#1632075   1992/08/20 Save this To Up

An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for von Willebrand factor antigen (vWf-Ag) in canine plasma.

A quantitative enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) has been developed to measure canine von Willebrand factor antigen (vWf-Ag) in plasma of the dog. A vWf-Ag antiserum was raised in rabbits and purified by preabsorption with the low molecular weight vWf-Ag-deficient fraction of canine cryoprecipitate, followed by affinity chromatography on protein-A Sepharose. The rabbit anticanine vWf-Ag IgG was used to bind the vWf-Ag of the test plasmas to the solid phase and to prepare the enzyme-antibody conjugate in ELISA. Normal rat serum was used as blocking agent. The standard curve was linear (r2 greater than 0.98) and reproducible after logit-log transformation. The interassay coefficient of variation (CV) in test plasmas with various vWf-Ag concentrations was never greater than 7.7%. Assayed values in dilutions of pooled normal canine plasma added to canine vWf-Ag-deficient plasma were linear between 0 and 100% (r2 = 0.99) and indicated excellent analytical recovery of vWf-Ag. In 18 dogs with various internal diseases, including von Willebrand's disease and haemophilia A, the coefficient of correlation between the results of the ELISA and those of electroimmunodiffusion (EID) was 0.93.

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#81043   1978/11/22 Save this To Up

A modified tetrachrome staining technique for the adenohypophysis of dogs, rats and rabbits.

A staining technique is described to differentiate between the various types of cell in the anterior pituitary (growth hormone and prolactin producing cells, gonadotrophic, thyrotrophic and ACTY cells) in dogs, rats and rabbits. The method proved to be well reproducible and suitable for the routinely processed pituitary gland. The differentiating characteristics of this method for the prolactin and growth hormone producing cells were confirmed by the immuno-enzyme cytochemical technique in which specific anticanine prolactin and growth hormone sera were used. With this staining technique, the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of the different types of hypophyseal cells at various functional and hormonal stages, under physiological and pathological conditions, can be studied. Effects of progesterone or oestrogen treatment on the morphology of the pituitary gland are illustrated in the photomicrographs.

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