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DEAR BIOFORUM,

COULD I PLEASE HEAR YOUR OPINION ON THE BELLOW ISSUE.

THANKS,  ANDREAS D.PERICH  RVS22 at JPNAIST
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Subject: (COPY) Re: MODELLING & SIMMULATION OF HRG




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From: Dave Kristofferson <kristoff at NET.BIO.NET>
To: "RVS22 at JPNAIST ANDREAS,TSUKUBA/JAPA" <RVS22>
Subject: Re: MODELLING & SIMMULATION OF HRG
In-Reply-To: Your message of Wed, 30 Sep 92 15:15 JST
Message-Id: <CMM.0.90.2.717920057.kristoff at net.bio.net>

> DEAR BIOSCI,
>
> PLEASE RESPOND:
>
> 1.I'M DOING RESEARCH WITH HUMAN HISTIDINE RICH GLYCOPROTEIN(HHRG)
> 2.HOW TO OBTAIN THE DATABANK ENTRIES(GENBANK,PIR, ETC) FOR THE HHRG
> AND THE CORRESPONDING GENE.
> 3.HHRG IS A MULTIFUNCTIONAL PROTEIN WITH MANY UNCERTAIN ATTRIBUTES WHICH
> SHOULD BE ELUCIDATED.
> 4.I AM AN M.D. AND AM SHYING OF CLASSICAL BENCHWORK DUE TO ITS TEDIUM, AND
>   THUS SWITCH TO HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING & COMMUNICATION RESOURCES TO
> ANALYSE THESE TWO SEQUENCES ACCROSS THE BOARD.
> 5.I'M WORKING ON THE ARTIFICIAL BLOOD WESSEL PROJECT LOUNCHED BY THE
> MINISTRY OF INTERNATL TRADE AND IND(MITI).  THE BASIC IDEA IS TO
> BLOCK TROMBOGENIC ATTRIBUTS OF VESSEL GRAFTS.  COVERING OF AN
> ARTIFICIAL POLYMER BY HHRGP SHOULD REDUCE DEVICE THROMBOGENICITY.
> TO TEST THIS YOU NEED CCA. 1 MONTH.
> SINCE THIS IS A PROBLEM CONSISTING OF A.VESSEL WALL, B.HHRP COATING
> A0D C.BLOODFLOW, I'M THINKING TO MODELL THIS SYSTEM: BLOODFLOW
> IN VS.  SPECIAL VESSEL WALL.  COULD I PLEASE HAVE THE ASSISTANCE OF
> RESEARCHERS HAVING MORE EXPERIENCE IN THIS FIELD?
>
> THANKS & BEST REGARDS
>
> DR.ANDREAS D.PERICH
> MITI LABS/PALACE MIKI        RVS22 at JPNAIST
> 2-29-22-202 HIGASHI
> TSUKUBA 305   J A P A N
>
>
>
>

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                                Sincerely,

                                Dave Kristofferson
                                BIOSCI/bionet Manager

                                kristoff at net.bio.net



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