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The "classical" macrophage marker CD68 is strongly expressed in primary human fibroblasts

Kunz-Schughart, L. A. ; Weber, A. ; Rehli, M. ; Gottfried, E. ; Brockhoff, G. ; Krause, S. W. ; Andreesen, Reinhard ; Kreutz, M.


AIM: Monoclonal antibodies against the human homologue of mouse macrosialin, CD68, are generally commercialized as markers for human monocytes and macrophages. Indeed, CD68 is considered as a selective marker for human myeloid cells, although several previous immunohistochemical studies indicate that some antibody clones also react with other hematopoietic and non-hematopoietic cell types. The ...


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