Anti-Bursa Of Fabricius monoclonal antibody (DMAB9027)
Mouse anti-Chicken Bursa Of Fabricius monoclonal antibody for WB, IHC
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bursa of Fabricius; leukocyte, activated, cell surface glycoprotein
In birds, the bursa of Fabricius (Latin: Bursa cloacalis or Bursa fabricii) is the site of hematopoiesis, a specialized organ that, as first demonstrated by Bruce Glick and later by Max Cooper and Robert Good, is necessary for B cell (part of the immune system) development in birds. Mammals generally do not have an equivalent organ; the bone marrow is often both the site of hematopoiesis and B cell development. it is present in cloaca of birds It is named after Hieronymus Fabricius who described it in 1621.
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OSULLIVAN, NP; DUNNINGTON, EA; et al. GROWTH AND CARCASS CHARACTERISTICS OF EARLY-FEATHERING AND LATE-FEATHERING BROILERS REARED UNDER DIFFERENT FEEDING REGIMENS. POULTRY SCIENCE 70:1323-1332(1991).
GLICK, B; et al. HISTORICAL-PERSPECTIVE - THE BURSA OF FABRICIUS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON B-CELL DEVELOPMENT, PAST AND PRESENT. VETERINARY IMMUNOLOGY AND IMMUNOPATHOLOGY 30:3-12(1991).
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