The endothelial cell-specific antibody PAL-E identifies a secreted form of vimentin in the blood vasculature.

@article{Xu2004TheEC,
  title={The endothelial cell-specific antibody PAL-E identifies a secreted form of vimentin in the blood vasculature.},
  author={Bing Xu and Robert M deWaal and Nirit Mor-Vaknin and Chris Hibbard and David M Markovitz and Mark L. Kahn},
  journal={Molecular and cellular biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={24 20},
  pages={
          9198-206
        }
}
During mammalian vascular development, endothelial cells form a complex array of vessels that differ markedly in structure and function, but the molecular basis for this vascular complexity is poorly understood. Recent insights into endothelial diversity have come from the identification of molecular markers expressed on distinct endothelial cell populations. One such marker, the PAL-E antibody, has been used for almost 20 years to distinguish blood and lymphatic vessels, but the identity of… CONTINUE READING

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