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I have following question about antibodies against Chromogranin A. Your products list the species but canine is not included. Does it mean that the products cannot be used on canine tissues?
- When we do not list a species, it means we have not tested an antibody to work with those samples. If we test an antibody and find that it does not work, we will list the species with a minus sign. Unfortunately, we haven't tried these abs on canine tissues and they may work, but we cannot guarantee it. If you would like to purchase one to try, you will be eligible for the Innovators Reward Program.
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