Cell culture on solid support

E. tabone tabone at lyon.fnclcc.fr
Mon Oct 2 10:04:54 EST 2000


For growing epithelial cells, the solid media was probably MATRIGEL also
named ECM GEL (a basement membrane material produced by the cell line EHS,
you can obtain now from many suppliers).

Eric Tabone, Ph.D.
Pathology Dept.
Léon Bérard Center
Lyon, France


"Björn Olde" <Bjorn.olde at mphy.lu.se> a écrit dans le message news:
39D86CDF.D7D575FF at mphy.lu.se...
> Several years ago when I was doing my postdoc at the NIH a person showed
> me a technique for growing mammalian cells on a solid media, much like
> the way you grow bacteria on agar plates. Now I have a need for that
> technique but unfortunately I am unable to find any reference to it in
> the literature. I have been unable to trace the person who showed me the
> technique, Eric Gordon then working in Peter Fishmans lab at the NINDS.
> If any of you knows about this technique or the location of Eric Gordon
> please send me a message.
>
> Bjorn Olde Ph.D.
> Molecular Neurobiology
> Wallenberg Neuroscience Center
> Lund University
> Lund, Sweden
>
>







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