QH 1

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Antigen: Quail endothelial cell surface
Hybridoma Cells Available: Yes
Antigen Species: Japanese quail
Depositor: Dieterlen-Lievre, F.
Isotype: MIgG1, kappa light chain
Antigen Sequence:
Host Species: mouse
Depositors Institution: Institut d'Embryologie du CNRS
Positive Tested Species Reactivity: Quail
Depositors Notes: This antibody recognizes all quail cells in unfixed frozen sections but only vascular endothelial cells in paraffin sections in H.H. Stages 14 through 28.
Antigen Molecular Weight: Multiple bands between 35-250 kD
Human Protein Atlas:  
Predicted Species Reactivity:  
Gene:
Immunogen: Hematopoietic cells; H.H. Stage 13
Alternate Gene Names:
Alternate Antibody Name:
Clonality: Monoclonal
Alternate Antigen Name:
Epitope Mapped: No
Myeloma Strain: Sp2/0
Epitope Location or Sequence:
Uniprot ID:  
Immunogen Sequence:
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Additional Characterization:  
Antibody Registry ID: AB_531829 
Additional Information:
Recommended Applications: Immunofluorescence, Immunohistochemistry
These hybridomas were created by your colleagues. Please acknowledge the hybridoma contributor and the Developmental Studies Hybridoma Bank (DSHB) in the Materials and Methods of your publications. Please email the citation to us.
For your Materials & Methods section:
QH 1 was deposited to the DSHB by Dieterlen-Lievre, F. (DSHB Hybridoma Product QH 1)
Storage and Handling Recommendations
Although many cell products are maintained at 4°C for years without loss of activity, shelf-life at 4°C is highly variable. For immediate use, short term storage at 4°C up to two weeks is recommended. For long term storage, divide the solution into volumes of no less than 20 ul for freezing at -20°C or -80°C. The small volume aliquot should provide sufficient reagent for short term use. Freeze-thaw cycles should be avoided. For concentrate or bioreactor products, an equal volume of glycerol, a cryoprotectant, may be added prior to freezing.
Usage Recommendations
Although the optimal Ig concentration for an application varies for each product and must be optimized for each laboratory, a good starting concentration for immunohistochemistry (IHC), immunofluorescence (IF), and immunocytochemistry (ICC) is 2-5 ug/ml. For western blots, the recommended concentration range is 0.2-0.5 ug/ml.
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33 References

  • Initial Publication
  • IF References
  • IHC References
  • FFPE References
  • All References
  • Initial Publication
    IF References

    Characterization of chicken endoglin, a member of the zona pellucida family of proteins, and its tissue expression.
    Bernabeu C
    Gene 491.1 (2012 Jan 1): 31-9.

    Time-lapse microscopy of macrophages during embryonic vascular development.
    Jones EA
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 241.9 (2012 Sep): 1423-31.

    Peripheral blood fibrocytes contribute to the formation of the avian spleen.
    Oláh I
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 232.1 (2005 Jan): 55-66.

    Vasculogenesis in the early quail blastodisc as studied with a monoclonal antibody recognizing endothelial cells.
    Buck CA
    Development (Cambridge, England) 100.2 (1987 Jun): 339-49.

    PTEN is involved in modulation of vasculogenesis in early chick embryos.
    Yang X
    Biology open 2.6 (2013 Jun 15): 587-95.

    IHC References

    Low cost labeling with highlighter ink efficiently visualizes developing blood vessels in avian and mouse embryos.
    Takahashi Y
    Development, growth & differentiation 55.9 (2013 Dec): 792-801.

    Expression of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) in microglia of the developing quail retina.
    Marín-Teva JL
    PloS one 9.8 (2014): e106048.

    Resident progenitors, not exogenous migratory cells, generate the majority of visceral mesothelium in organogenesis.
    Bader DM
    Developmental biology 391.2 (2014 Jul 15): 125-32.

    Experimental evidence for the ectodermal origin of the epithelial anlage of the chicken bursa of Fabricius.
    Oláh I
    Development (Cambridge, England) 137.18 (2010 Sep): 3019-23.

    Endothelial cells promote migration and proliferation of enteric neural crest cells via beta1 integrin signaling.
    Goldstein AM
    Developmental biology 330.2 (2009 Jun 15): 263-72.

    Expression of lymphatic markers during avian and mouse cardiogenesis.
    Watanabe M
    Anatomical record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007) 293.2 (2010 Feb): 259-70.

    Notch signal is sufficient to direct an endothelial conversion from non-endothelial somitic cells conveyed to the aortic region by CXCR4.
    Takahashi Y
    Developmental biology 335.1 (2009 Nov 1): 33-42.

    Endothelial cells promote migration and proliferation of enteric neural crest cells via beta1 integrin signaling.
    Goldstein AM
    Developmental biology 330.2 (2009 Jun 15): 263-72.

    Pelvic plexus contributes ganglion cells to the hindgut enteric nervous system.
    Goldstein AM
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 236.1 (2007 Jan): 73-83.

    Intestinal coelomic transplants: a novel method for studying enteric nervous system development.
    Goldstein AM
    Cell and tissue research 326.1 (2006 Oct): 43-55.

    Endothelin-3 regulates neural crest cell proliferation and differentiation in the hindgut enteric nervous system.
    Goldstein AM
    Developmental biology 293.1 (2006 May 1): 203-17.

    Vascular patterning of the quail coronary system during development.
    Dedkov EI
    The anatomical record. Part A, Discoveries in molecular, cellular, and evolutionary biology 288.9 (2006 Sep): 989-99.

    Normal patterning of the coronary capillary plexus is dependent on the correct transmural gradient of FGF expression in the myocardium.
    Mikawa T
    Developmental biology 279.2 (2005 Mar 15): 378-90.

    Peripheral blood fibrocytes contribute to the formation of the avian spleen.
    Oláh I
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 232.1 (2005 Jan): 55-66.

    Vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in the subcardinal venous plexus of quail mesonephros: spatial and temporal morphological analysis.
    Ruberte J
    Anatomy and embryology 205.1 (2002 Jan): 19-28.

    Embryology of congenital ventriculo-coronary communications: a study on quail-chick chimeras.
    Männer J
    Cardiology in the young 10.3 (2000 May): 233-8.

    Neural crest can form cartilages normally derived from mesoderm during development of the avian head skeleton.
    Schneider RA
    Developmental biology 208.2 (1999 Apr 15): 441-55.

    Origin of microglia in the quail retina: central-to-peripheral and vitreal-to-scleral migration of microglial precursors during development.
    Cuadros MA
    The Journal of comparative neurology 354.2 (1995 Apr 3): 209-28.

    A new model of vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in vitro as compared with vascular growth in the avian area vasculosa.
    Risau W
    The Anatomical record 237.1 (1993 Sep): 49-57.

    Angiogenesis in the developing spinal cord: blood vessel exclusion from neural progenitor region is mediated by VEGF and its antagonists.
    Takahashi Y
    PloS one 10.1 (2015): e0116119.

    Expression of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) in microglia of the developing quail retina.
    Marín-Teva JL
    PloS one 9.8 (2014): e106048.

    Convective tissue movements play a major role in avian endocardial morphogenesis.
    Rongish BJ
    Developmental biology 363.2 (2012 Mar 15): 348-61.

    Identification of a novel developmental mechanism in the generation of mesothelia.
    Bader DM
    Development (Cambridge, England) 139.16 (2012 Aug): 2926-34.

    Comprehensive timeline of mesodermal development in the quail small intestine.
    Winters NI
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 241.11 (2012 Nov): 1678-94.

    FFPE References
    All References

    Low cost labeling with highlighter ink efficiently visualizes developing blood vessels in avian and mouse embryos.
    Takahashi Y
    Development, growth & differentiation 55.9 (2013 Dec): 792-801.

    Expression of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) in microglia of the developing quail retina.
    Marín-Teva JL
    PloS one 9.8 (2014): e106048.

    Resident progenitors, not exogenous migratory cells, generate the majority of visceral mesothelium in organogenesis.
    Bader DM
    Developmental biology 391.2 (2014 Jul 15): 125-32.

    Experimental evidence for the ectodermal origin of the epithelial anlage of the chicken bursa of Fabricius.
    Oláh I
    Development (Cambridge, England) 137.18 (2010 Sep): 3019-23.

    Endothelial cells promote migration and proliferation of enteric neural crest cells via beta1 integrin signaling.
    Goldstein AM
    Developmental biology 330.2 (2009 Jun 15): 263-72.

    Expression of lymphatic markers during avian and mouse cardiogenesis.
    Watanabe M
    Anatomical record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007) 293.2 (2010 Feb): 259-70.

    Notch signal is sufficient to direct an endothelial conversion from non-endothelial somitic cells conveyed to the aortic region by CXCR4.
    Takahashi Y
    Developmental biology 335.1 (2009 Nov 1): 33-42.

    Pelvic plexus contributes ganglion cells to the hindgut enteric nervous system.
    Goldstein AM
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 236.1 (2007 Jan): 73-83.

    Intestinal coelomic transplants: a novel method for studying enteric nervous system development.
    Goldstein AM
    Cell and tissue research 326.1 (2006 Oct): 43-55.

    Endothelin-3 regulates neural crest cell proliferation and differentiation in the hindgut enteric nervous system.
    Goldstein AM
    Developmental biology 293.1 (2006 May 1): 203-17.

    Vascular patterning of the quail coronary system during development.
    Dedkov EI
    The anatomical record. Part A, Discoveries in molecular, cellular, and evolutionary biology 288.9 (2006 Sep): 989-99.

    Normal patterning of the coronary capillary plexus is dependent on the correct transmural gradient of FGF expression in the myocardium.
    Mikawa T
    Developmental biology 279.2 (2005 Mar 15): 378-90.

    Peripheral blood fibrocytes contribute to the formation of the avian spleen.
    Oláh I
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 232.1 (2005 Jan): 55-66.

    Vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in the subcardinal venous plexus of quail mesonephros: spatial and temporal morphological analysis.
    Ruberte J
    Anatomy and embryology 205.1 (2002 Jan): 19-28.

    Embryology of congenital ventriculo-coronary communications: a study on quail-chick chimeras.
    Männer J
    Cardiology in the young 10.3 (2000 May): 233-8.

    Neural crest can form cartilages normally derived from mesoderm during development of the avian head skeleton.
    Schneider RA
    Developmental biology 208.2 (1999 Apr 15): 441-55.

    Origin of microglia in the quail retina: central-to-peripheral and vitreal-to-scleral migration of microglial precursors during development.
    Cuadros MA
    The Journal of comparative neurology 354.2 (1995 Apr 3): 209-28.

    A new model of vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in vitro as compared with vascular growth in the avian area vasculosa.
    Risau W
    The Anatomical record 237.1 (1993 Sep): 49-57.

    Angiogenesis in the developing spinal cord: blood vessel exclusion from neural progenitor region is mediated by VEGF and its antagonists.
    Takahashi Y
    PloS one 10.1 (2015): e0116119.

    Convective tissue movements play a major role in avian endocardial morphogenesis.
    Rongish BJ
    Developmental biology 363.2 (2012 Mar 15): 348-61.

    Identification of a novel developmental mechanism in the generation of mesothelia.
    Bader DM
    Development (Cambridge, England) 139.16 (2012 Aug): 2926-34.

    Comprehensive timeline of mesodermal development in the quail small intestine.
    Winters NI
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 241.11 (2012 Nov): 1678-94.

    Characterization of chicken endoglin, a member of the zona pellucida family of proteins, and its tissue expression.
    Bernabeu C
    Gene 491.1 (2012 Jan 1): 31-9.

    Time-lapse microscopy of macrophages during embryonic vascular development.
    Jones EA
    Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists 241.9 (2012 Sep): 1423-31.

    Vasculogenesis in the early quail blastodisc as studied with a monoclonal antibody recognizing endothelial cells.
    Buck CA
    Development (Cambridge, England) 100.2 (1987 Jun): 339-49.

    PTEN is involved in modulation of vasculogenesis in early chick embryos.
    Yang X
    Biology open 2.6 (2013 Jun 15): 587-95.

    Extraembryonic origin of circulating endothelial cells.
    Eichmann A
    PloS one 6.10 (2011): e25889.

    FGFR-1 is required by epicardium-derived cells for myocardial invasion and correct coronary vascular lineage differentiation.
    Mikawa T
    Developmental biology 328.1 (2009 Apr 1): 148-59.

    Microvascular assembly and cell invasion in chick mesonephros grafted onto chorioallantoic membrane.
    Ruberte J
    Journal of anatomy 202.2 (2003 Feb): 213-25.

    Does the subepicardial mesenchyme contribute myocardioblasts to the myocardium of the chick embryo heart? A quail-chick chimera study tracing the fate of the epicardial primordium.
    Männer J
    The Anatomical record 255.2 (1999 Jun 1): 212-26.

    The formation of premuscle masses during chick wing bud development.
    Solursh M
    Anatomy and embryology 182.3 (1990): 235-47.

    A bird's eye view of enteric nervous system development: lessons from the avian embryo.
    Nagy N
    Pediatric research 64.4 (2008 Oct): 326-33.

    Dorsal aorta formation: separate origins, lateral-to-medial migration, and remodeling.
    Sato Y
    Development, growth & differentiation 55.1 (2013 Jan): 113-29.

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