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Characterization of the monocyte-specific esterase (MSE) gene

URN to cite this document:
Uphoff, C. C. ; Hu, Z. B. ; Gignac, S. M. ; Ma, W. ; Rainey, F. A. ; Kreutz, Marina ; Ludwig, W. D. ; Drexler, H. G.
Date of publication of this fulltext: 14 Sep 2011 09:39


Carboxylic esterases are widely distributed in hematopoietic cells. Monocytes express the esterase isoenzyme (termed 'monocyte-specific esterase', MSE) that can be inhibited by NaF in the alpha-naphthyl acetate cytochemical staining. We examined the expression of MSE in normal cells and primary and cultured leukemia-lymphoma cells. The MSE protein was demonstrated by isoelectric focusing (IEF); ...


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