Homepage of cell lines

Nikolaj Spodsberg spod at biobase.dk
Fri Mar 21 10:40:16 EST 1997


This site:   The European Collection of Animal Cell Cultures
At:          http://www.biotech.ist.unige.it/cldb/descat5.html

contain (well... you guess).



Phil Moore wrote:
> 
> David,
> if you get information on the location o f this site, i would appreciate
> it if you would pass the address on th me.
> thanks
> Phil
> 
> On 21 Feb 1997 RHODES at uconnvm.uconn.edu wrote:
> 
> > I'm not a subscriber to the list, but would very much appreciate
> > the assistance of those who are.  I am looking for a web site which
> > would be titled (if I ran it) The Cell Line Site (or something
> > similar).  I'm looking for essentially a list of commonly used lines,
> > their origin, ideal growth conditions, availability, advantages and
> > disadvantages, etc....
> >
> > Searches have turned up little so far, so I'd appreciate any direction.
> >
> > Thanks 10^6.
> >
> > |                             O==O                            |
> > | DAVID G. RHODES             O==O  PHONE 860-486-5413        |
> > | SCHOOL OF PHARMACY; U-92    O==O  FAX   860-486-4998        |
> > | UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT   O==O                            |
> > | STORRS, CT  06269-2092      O==O  RHODES at UCONNVM.UCONN.EDU  |
> > |                             O==O                            |
> >



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