Flow Cytometry (FACS)

Corinne Lacey corinnel at uoguelph.ca
Thu Dec 15 10:44:32 EST 1994


Michael D. Knierman (knierman at fcrfv1.ncifcrf.gov) wrote:
: In article <Cxy469.3IC at chiron.com>, zandonec at chiremv.chiron.com (Catherine Zandonella) says:
: >
: >Does anyone know of any specific newsgroups, mailing lists, or www sites
: >that deal specifically with FACs? (I have checked all the lists that I 
: >could find.) I would like to find a forum to discuss the latest developments
: >in the field.
: >
: >Please reply to me directly through e-mail.
: >
: >Catherine_Zandonella at cc.chiron.com
: >
: >
: >
: >
: >-- 
: >Catherine_Zandonella at cc.chiron.com
: >Chiron Corporation, Emeryville, CA


: Chesapeake Cytometry Consortium
: For info contact Louise Finch  Phone 301-846-1550
Hello,
	I use FACS to analyze peripheral blood and milk cells from dairy 
cows.  I have also done work with hospital patients in which their blood 
lymphocytes were analyzed for differences between different inflammatory 
disease states.  I would be very interested in starting some exchange of 
ideas with you and anyone else on the net who is interested.  there has 
been a little problem with getting responses posted at this end, so if 
you get this, let me know.
				Thanks,
						C




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