endothelial primary culture

Peter pxpst2 at vms.cis.pitt.delet.edu
Wed Oct 8 11:31:17 EST 1997

In article <61gakj$ojq$1 at fremont.ohsu.edu>, nospamnishir at ohsu.edu (Rae
Nishi) wrote:
 Fibronectin was originally called "cold insoluble globulin" and was
.> first isolated from human plasma where it is present at a concentration
.> of 300ug/ml (see Hynes & Yamada 1982. JCB 95:369).  

 Is this the white stuff I see in the serum? I always assumed it to be lipids.


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