Anti-Lambda light chain, Clone EP172

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AN715-10M - (100 tests - i6000)Add to cart
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Tonsil stained with anti-Lambda using DAB chromogen

The basic structure of an immunoglobulin molecule consists of two identical chains either γ, μ, α, δ or ε and two identical light chains, either kappa or lambda. The gene rearrangement process that generates the immunoglobulin molecule results in either a productive kappa or lambda gene. The ratio of kappa and lambda light chain varies between Ig classes and subclasses. The lambda chain antibody labels the lambda light chain that expresses normal and neoplastic B lymphocytes and plasma cells. Other cells may also express lambda light chain due to nonspecific uptake of iimunoglobulin. The occurrence of a mixture of kappa and lambda chain expressing cells suggests a polyclonal population and a reactive or non-reactive proliferation of B cells.
Intended Use: IVD