Immunoglobulin kappa light chain mRNA may be detected in normal and neoplastic B-cells in human lymphoid tissue (1-3). Kappa Light Chain Probe is a digoxigenin-conjugated DNA oligonucleotide designed to bind human kappa light chain mRNA.
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