Live Cell Microscopy Research?

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Fri Mar 3 17:30:59 EST 1995


In article <MjJSUlO00iV_Q2ZHxg at andrew.cmu.edu> Erick Eidus <ee24+ at andrew.cmu.edu> writes:
>From: Erick Eidus <ee24+ at andrew.cmu.edu>
>Subject: Live Cell Microscopy Research?
>Date: Thu,  2 Mar 1995 10:45:53 -0500

>I am a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon University's business school
>and am working on a project for a start-up biomedical company.  I wanted
>to get some first hand feedback from the medical community as to the
>perceived usefulness of this company's product.

>The product is a temperature controlled culture dish used for Mammalian
>Live-Cell Microscopy.  The dish keeps cells alive an order of magnitude
>longer than existing methods by simulating host conditions within a
>strict tolerance.

>For those of you doing live-cell microscopy, does this sound like a
>valuable product?  

>For those of you doing other microscopy work, are there other ways that
>a temperature controlled culture dish would be useful to you?

>Please respond to ee24 at andrew.cmu.edu, as I am not a regular subscriber
>to this bboard.  Your responses are appreciated more than you will ever
>know!!


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