Calretinin (Autostainer Link 48)
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Calretinin is a 32 kDa member of the superfamily of calcium-binding proteins. It is abundantly expressed in central and peripheral neural tissues, particularly in the retina and in the neurons of the sensory pathways, and calretinin may play an important role in the survival of nerve cells during disturbances in calcium homeostasis. Calretinin is also expressed by mesothelial cells, and the antibody is a useful aid for classification of malignant mesotheliomas of the epithelial type.