Mycoplasma Test Kit

Joe Chandler jchandler at mainebiotechnology.com
Fri Jun 23 11:21:49 EST 2000


Nanci,
Thanks for the info.  Just yesterday someone mentioned the BMC kit.  They
must not have it on the net because none of my searches brought up their
kit.
Joe

"Nanci E Donacki" <nancieed at erols.com> wrote in message
news:8iug53$dmt$1 at bob.news.rcn.net...
> Roche has an ELISA based kit for Mycoplasma.  I don't remember the catalog
> number - used to be Boehringer-Mannheim.  It's quite easy to run and
> accurate.
> There are also some PCR based kits as well.
> If you go do www.biosupplynet.com and search for mycoplasma kits, you will
> turn up several sources.
>
>
> --
> Nanci E Donacki
> Research Manager I
> MedImmune, Inc.
> 35 W. Watkins Mill Road
> Gaithersburg, MD 20878
> Phone:  (301)527-4575
> Fax:  (301)527-4200
> donackin at medimmune.com
> Joe Chandler <jchandler at mainebiotechnology.com> wrote in message
> news:Lko45.6892$9E6.47825 at newsr1.maine.rr.com...
> > I am looking for a rapid test kit for testing cell lines for Mycoplasma
> > contamination.  I have seen the PCR-based ones and it looks like there
are
> > three of those.  I have also seen Mycotrin (?) which is a culture medium
> > and, of course, there is the Herscht staining method.  Is there no EIA
kit
> > w/o PCR?  Just wondering.
> > Joe
> >
> >
>
>







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