adeno-associated virus

John Brunstein brunstei at UNIXG.UBC.CA
Tue Sep 19 17:17:28 EST 1995


Nope! We (Caroline Astell's) lab are currently only working on B19 and 
MVM.. but thanks for the publicity, Don!  :-)

On 19 Sep 1995, Don Haut wrote:

> In article <43n6cm$4h4 at nexus.uiowa.edu>, rnessler at caesar.iaf.uiowa.edu
> (randy nessler) wrote:
> 
> > -- 
> > I have a colleague who is looking for information on 
> > adeno-associated.....snip!......
> > rnessler at emiris.iaf.uiowa.edu
> 
> Randy,
> 
> there is a parvovirus known as AAV which is also being studied for use as
> a vector for gene therapy.  you will find LOTS of information on Med Line
> about this parvovirus.  just search for human parvovirus or AAV.  I
> believe one of the labs doing some work on this virus is C. Astell's you
> might wish to seach under her name.
> 
> Don
> 
> Don Haut 
> Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
> University of Missouri-Columbia
> C601591 at showme.missouri.edu
> 314-882-3171
> 
> 



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