cudney at galaxy.ucr.edu
Thu Jul 8 19:25:55 EST 1993
In article <1993Jul7.235757.27580 at gserv1.dl.ac.uk> reissner at adjar.desy.de (Carsten Reissner) writes:
>Where can I obtain CHRYSCHEM plates for protein crystallization experiments?
>I couldn+t find a valid address of Cryschem Inc. in Riverside, California USA.
>Thanks in advance
>Carsten Reissner reissner at adjar.desy.de
>Max-Planck Research Units for
>Structural Molecular Biology Phone: (040) 891314
>c/o DESY,Hamburg, Germany FAX: (040) 891314
Try the Charles Supper Company in Natick, MA (USA). The fax number is
(508) 655-3913. They are the exclusive distributor for the Cryschem
plate. You might also want to try Micro-Bridges, a specially designed
bridge which fits neatly into any 24 well tissue culture plate. You can
obtain Micro-Bridges from Crystal Microsystems (ENGLAND) and their fax
is (UK 865-200327). In the U.S.A. Micro-Bridges are available from
Hampton Research (fax: 909-789-8265).
Another option is to make your own glass sitting drop posts (see Stura
and Wilson "Analytical and Production Seeding Techniques" Methods, A
Companion to Methods in Enzymology Vol. 1, No. 1 pp. 38-49 1990. A
similar glass rod is available from Perpetual Systems Corp. (USA) and
the fax number is (301) 770 6123.
Goo luck! Bob Cudney (cudney at ucr.edu)
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