B cell tumors that grow well in vivo and in vitro
William F. Wade
William.F.Wade at dartmouth.edu
Wed Jul 26 07:57:27 EST 1995
We have been trying to get some MAIDS B cell tumors to grow in B6 mice.
The tumors originally came from B6 mice but have been grown in tissue
culture for several years. In the event we can not readapt them to
grow in vivo we are in need of other tumors. If anyone has a B cell
tumor, preferably before the plasma cell stage, and after the immature
B cell stage that they have grown in B6 mice we would appreciate
hearing about it. If it also grows in tissue culture, while being
readly passed back into mice that would be a bonus.
Please repond to this service or my email
address:wiliam.wade at dartmouth.edu
Thanks for your attention and help in this matter.
William F. Wade, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Microbiology
Dartmouth Medical School
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