I have recently designed a small website for an ex-coworker of mine,
that happens to be selling products and services that are arthritis
Their website is:
Contact Robert Reife there, and he may be able to help you out with
some references of some people that have such clones. Just tell him
that Mark Mizuno sent you to him!
There are a few "tricks" to successfully clone human T cells, but it
really is not THAT difficult. (Some of us "Cellular Immunology-type
people" like to make you non-T cell people think that what we do is
REALLY difficult! ;) )
YES, it can be time consuming, but then again, what ISN'T in science?
Hope this has been of some help to you!
Mark at Mizuno.com
On Tue, 9 Sep 1997 15:24:57 +0100, "Mr. D.N.C. Hunter"
<dhunter at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk> wrote:
>> I am presently looking at cytokine mediated differential gene expression
>in T cells. Ideally I would like to use human T cell clones derived from
>subjects with rheumatoid arthritis. I don't have much experience in T cell
>cloning and I am led to believe that it is very time consuming and not
>always successful. Any help along this line would be most appreciated,
>particularly a contact address/number for someone who may have developed
>such clones already.
>>I can be contacted directly at dh5 at holyrood.ed.ac.uk>>Thanx in advance, Dave Hunter.