[Immunology] K562 is adherent tumor cell lines?

Felix Toka Felix.Toka at ars.usda.gov
Tue Jun 20 14:00:06 EST 2006

The K562  cells I work with grow in suspension. I am not aware of
adherent K562.

  Can anyone help me to recomfirm this type of cell lines?
  is K562, a human erythroleukemic cell line is adherent cell?
  I cant find any article or info to recomfirm this statement.
  Please help.

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Date: 20 Jun 2006 01:02:49 -0700
From: "Focosi" <mi at interhealth.info>
Subject: [Immunology] Re: teaching immunology
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I recommend you using this free web tutorial :

Molecular Immunology

Hope this helps.

lasimons at rcn.com ha scritto:

> I am teaching an immunology course for the first time at Clark
> University this fall. I want to use Abbas' Immunology, with
> the Garland Science CASE STUDIES.
> Does anyone have any suggestions for teaching type of class? I
> want to assign students parts of the chapters to present in
> class, as well as case studies relative to the topic.
> Any suggestions for presentations, testing, animations would
> be greatly appreciated.


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