CD123 antibody for Hairy cell leukaemia

ricardo morilla ricardo at icr.ac.uk
Fri Mar 8 05:56:22 EST 2002


Dear Keith,
As far as I know, HC2 has not a CD Number (unstable
McAb)and I do not think it is commercially available.
We are using CD123 as a replacement for HC2 and preliminary
data shows that it is useful in Villous disorders. In our
hands it has shown positive in HCL and negative in other
LPD.
I hope you will find this dendritic cell marker useful for
the differential diagnosis of HCL.
Regards.
Ricardo

On Tue, 5 Mar 2002 16:46:21 -0000  "Fishlock, Keith"
<Keith.Fishlock at kingsch.nhs.uk> wrote:

>
> Could someone please tell me if the Anti HC2 antibody used in the diagnosis
> of Hairy cell leukaemia has been given a CD number and / or if it's
> commercially available please.
>
> Kind Regards
>
> Keith Fishlock
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