cell line suggestion
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Fri Nov 12 03:44:53 EST 1999
On Wed, 10 Nov 1999 15:06:13 -0600, "Kajetan H. Groicher"
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>I am in need of a good all around human endothelial cell line for use in
>viral transformation studies, as well as studies of certain viral
>genes. I have looked through some of the thousands at ATCC, but most
>have been derived from leukemias, etc. I would prefer one that is
>"normal" (as normal as a culturable cell line can be). The big
>restriction is that I am looking for an endothelial line.
>Thanks in advance.
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I used to use an HUVEC cell line from Hans Pannekoek, which resemled
very much primary cells. I you wanna have any details mail me.
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