HLA typing technique??

John Ladasky ladasky at leland.Stanford.EDU
Wed Jul 30 14:29:09 EST 1997


In article <ghermans-3007970912350001 at pstn11.luc.ac.be>,
Guy Hermans <hellings at luc.ac.be> wrote:
>Hello all,
>
>     I'm looking for a straight forward technique to do HLA typing of T
>lymphocytes. If anyone could tell me which one is good and not to
>expensive please let me know. Also I would like to know the companies who
>sell HLA typing kits.
>Please ignore the banner and answer me at: hellings at luc.ac.be
>
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Hello, Niels and others,

	The 12th International Histocompatibility Workshop assembled an HLA
typing kit that uses sequence-specific primers in PCR.  It's fairly expens-
ive but it gives very specific results, including many of the subtypes that
a serological test would miss.  Contact the following address for more in-
formation:

	Tissue Antigen Laboratory
	Imperial Cancer Research Fund
	44, Lincoln's Inn Fields
	London WC2A 3PX
	United Kingdom

	Fax no. (44) 171-831-6786

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