p63

    Urinary Pathology
    ZM70 Monospecific Mouse Monoclonal

    p63 is a homolog of the tumor suppressor p53. It is identified in basal cells in the epithelial layers of a variety of tissues, including epidermis, cervix, urothelium, breast and prostate. p63 was detected in nuclei of the basal epithelium in normal prostate glands; however, it was not expressed in malignant tumors of the prostate. As a result, p63 has been reported as a useful marker for differentiating benign from malignant lesions in the prostate, particularly when used in combination with markers of high molecular weight cytokeratins and the prostate-specific marker AMACR (P504S). p63 has also been shown to be a sensitive marker for lung squamous cell carcinomas (SqCC), with a sensitivity of ~90%. Specificity for lung SqCC, vs. lung adenocarcinoma (LADC), is approximately 80%. In breast tissue, p63 has been identified in myoepithelial cells of normal ducts.

    Specifications
    Species Reactivity:Humans; others not tested
    Known Applications:Immunohistochemistry (formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues)
    Supplied As:Buffer with protein carrier and preservative
    Storage:Store at 2ºC to 8ºC
    Control:Skin or prostate
    Visualization:Nuclear
    Isotype:IgG2b /κ
    Immunogen:Recombinant full-length human p63 protein
    Ordering Information
    Classification IVD
    Catalogue Number Z2380ML
    Classification IVD
    Catalogue Number Z2380ML
    Package Inserts
    IFU-p63 ZM70 - RUO
    Regulatory Notice
    Product classification varies based on regulations of individual countries. Please contact your local distributor for more information. Products labeled as ASR or RUO in the US might be available as IVD or RUO in respective countries.
    IFU-p63 ZM70 - IVD
    Regulatory Notice
    Product classification varies based on regulations of individual countries. Please contact your local distributor for more information. Products labeled as ASR or RUO in the US might be available as IVD or RUO in respective countries.
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