HHV-6 immunohistochemistry
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Detection of latently infected HHV-6 genome positive cells in a biopsy from a Hodgkin's disease patient. HHV-6 was detected by monoclonal antibody (clone WL-5) to a cytoplasmic HHV-6 latency associated antigen.

The Red Arrow points to a HHV-6 genome positive Reed Steinberg cell.

Picture courtessy of Dr. D.P. Hartmann, Dept . Pathology Georgetown University.

Detection of latently infected HHV-6 genome positive cells in a biopsy from a Hodgkin's disease patient. HHV-6 was detected by monoclonal antibody (clone WL-5) to a cytoplasmic HHV-6 latency associated antigen.

Picture courtessy of Dr. D.P. Hartmann, Dept . Pathology Georgetown University.

 

Detection of HHV-6 late antigen (gB) in a biopsy from a Hodgkin's disease patient.  The antibody (cloneH-AR-2; Cat#: H6-G-P202) was used at 1/1,000 dilution for detection tha viral antigen.

Detection of HHV-6 p41 early antigen in a biopsy from a non-Hodgkin's disease patient using anti-p41 monoclonal antibody (H6-EA-P400) at 1/1,000 dilution.

Detection of HHV-6 gB protein in a rejected transplan liver biopsy.

Staining with monoclonal antibody to HHV-6 gB.

Detection of HHV-6 EA protein in a rejected transplan liver biopsy.

Staining with monoclonal antibody to HHV-6 EA.