Figure 1.

Staining characteristics and evaluation of two commercially available canine granulocytic antibodies of canine peripheral blood. (a) Cells were analyzed according to forward and side scatter. Cells were either gated to include all live and dead (no gate), all live cells including lymphocytes (R1, lymphocytes are circled) and all myeloid cells (P1). (b) Cells were labeled using canine anti-CD11b and either (a) CADO48A or (b) DH59B with the same concentration of secondary antibody FITC. As can be seen in (a), CADO48A allows visualization of an additional cell population as compared to DH59B (b). These results were repeatable with multiple blood samples from different dogs. The cells in (b) were gated on P1 as indicated in (a).

Sherger et al. BMC Veterinary Research 2012 8:209   doi:10.1186/1746-6148-8-209
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