Mycoplasma Test Kit
jchandler at mainebiotechnology.com
Fri Jun 23 11:21:49 EST 2000
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
"Nanci E Donacki" <nancieed at erols.com> wrote in message
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> 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
> 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
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> > 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
> > 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
> > w/o PCR? Just wondering.
> > Joe
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