MS Access for cell lines

Nanci E Donacki nancieed at erols.com
Wed Nov 3 05:46:06 EST 1999


There is also a cell line database that is available for download at
http://www.protocol-online.net
in the cell culture section.
-ned

Bernhard Roth <roth at uni-hohenheim.de> wrote in message
news:7vmh9o$87g$1 at newspc4.rz.uni-hohenheim.de...
| Is it possible to get a copy too ???
| Thank´s a lot!
|
| Bernhard Roth
| University of Hohenheim
| General Virology
| Germany
|
|
| Paula Lavery schrieb in Nachricht
| <2anS3.6117$6y2.141474 at carnaval.risq.qc.ca>...
| >Hi Martin
| >
| >If you give me your email address I will send you a copy of a database I
| use
| >as an inventory for all my cell lines in LN2. I tried to email you
directly
| >but the message was refused.
| >
| >Paula Lavery
| >Transplant Immunology Lab.
| >Royal Victoria Hospital
| >McGill University
| >Montreal (QC) Canada
| >
| >"If we knew what we were doing it wouldn't be called research, would it?"
| >-- Albert Einstein
| >
| >Martin Offterdinger wrote in message <7vc4qa$19r6$1 at www.univie.ac.at>...
| >>Hi!
| >>I just wonder if anyone used MS Access to handle cell lines in a
database.
| >>If yes I would be interested in receiving information how to design the
| >>database.
| >>Thank you very much!
| >>Martin
| >>
| >>
| >
| >
|
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