Immortalised/stable/Endothelail cell lines
Washington dos Santos
spkawds at ucl.ac.uk
Tue Mar 21 13:41:41 EST 1995
In article <3kfbql$iq at infosrv.edvz.univie.ac.at>, michael.micksche at univie.ac.at (Thomas Mohr) says:
>In article <JEB.Harrison-1603951501120001 at 184.108.40.206>, JEB.Harrison at auckland.ac.nz (Jane E B Harrison) says:
>>I heard of some stable or immortalised endotheial cell lines (from
>>brain?), but I can't remeber where and I can't find any refs to it.
>>Was i dreaming? Do such things exist? Can I give up primary cell
>>culture, or will this continue to be a yoke around my neck.
Dr John Greenwood, from the Institute of Ophtalmology, London, displayed
(in during the last European Neuroimmunology meeting, in Amsterdam)
some pictures of a brain endothelial cell line (GP8) recently achieved in
Theses cell are in final phase of characterization, and so far presents most
of the characteristics of the original (first passage) cultures.
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