>> What I actually mean by an immunology database is something in which I can
> find anti-gen - anti-body information, who has made it, availability,
> references etc.
> There should be a lot of information around, no?
> "Musn't grumble. I think I'm going mental..."
> B.J. de Vries Centrale Computer Afdeling
> Faculteit Geneeskunde Universiteit van Amsterdam
> AMC D01-411 Meibergdreef 9 1105 AZ Amsterdam tel. 020-5662010
> internet: devries at amc.uva.nl earn/bitnet: devries at hasamc51> ==
The closest thing that I know of is Linscott's directory of
immunological and biological reagents which lists commercially
available reagents. The book costs about $70 (U.S). It seems to be
quite comprehensive. The address is 4877 Grange Road, Santa Rosa, CA
95404 phone 707-544-9555. Some of the reagenst listed in the book
would also be available from the American Type Culture Collection
(ATCC). There is also a European equivalent to this organization.
The ATCC has some type of online version of their catalog available,
although I don't beleive it is accessible through the Net.
- -jim George-
txpljfg at cvsr.uab.edu
Birmingham, Alabama USA