Cell max - help!

Dr Jon Sedgwick J.Sedgwick at centenary.usyd.edu.au
Wed Jul 19 17:47:46 EST 1995

The following messsage was sent to me via an Australian/New Zealand
Immunology newsgroup but maybe someone in the wider community has some
suggestions. Replies can be directed to my e-mail or J.Rush.

Hello everyone,

The lab that I work for uses a hollow fibre tissue culture system. I was
wondering if many other researchers make use of this cell culture system
(particularly Cellmax) and if they have had any problems with Cell
viability, antibody production from hybridomas (both adherent and
non-adherent cell lines). If any has and has some useful suggestions I would
be most appreciative.


James Rush.
Centenary Institute of Cancer Medicine and Cell Biology.
Locked Bag No. 6,
Newtown N.S.W. 2042,

E-mail: J.Rush at centenary.usyd.edu.au
Voice: 61-2-5656194
Fax: 61-2-5656105

             Dr Jonathon D. Sedgwick
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