Macrophage celllines ?

Peter Ashton pda2 at york.ac.uk
Fri Oct 23 04:36:04 EST 1998


If you look in the ECACC catalogue you will find that there are a number of murine macrophage lines available (and possibly some from other mammals). Most of these though are called "macrophage-like", but they usually do most things that a macrophage will (e.g., phagocytosis, secretion of monokines...)

Pete
Peter Ashton
University of York, UK
    Per Mygind wrote in message <362F75EF.433F350C at medmicro.aau.dk>...
    Is it possible to obtain celllines of human macrophages or from other mammals 

Regards


Per Mygind

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