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looking for cell line: T1(CEMX174)

Post by ofira_carmi » Sun Feb 13, 2005 11:04 am

HI THERE I'M LOOKING FOR CELL LINE CALLED T1(CEMX174), OR ANYONE WHO WORKED IN THE PAST ON THIS CELL LINE.
AS WELL UF U KNOW ABOUT CELL LINE THAT EXPRESS CD4+ AND CCR5 AS WELL, AND CAN BE INFECTED WITH HIV - THAT WILL HELP TOO
THANKS
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Post by mith » Sun Feb 13, 2005 9:03 pm

Mark T. Esser,1 David R. Graham,1 Lori V. Coren,1 Charles M. Trubey,2 Julian W. Bess Jr.,1 Larry O. Arthur,1 David E. Ott,1 and Jeffrey D. Lifson

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me again

Post by ofira_carmi » Mon Feb 14, 2005 1:02 pm

hi there,
first i would like to thank u for replying, second i have seen this article already, and i still have problems with my cells.
i got them from U.S.A (they have been delivered- which means 2 day at a 50ul falcon)one month ago, and their condition is not good at all- Ididn't get any clusters.
the instruction were 10% fcs (not inactivated)+RPMI+P.S+L-GLU.

have u ever had grew this cells?
with regards
ofira

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Post by DevGrp » Mon Feb 14, 2005 2:05 pm

Don't want to tread on any toes here but try

http://www.protocol-online.org/forums/i ... 74&act=idx

They have a much more "at the lab bench" technical forum and someone there might be able to help

THIS is a brilliant forum for general biology disscussion, Protocols-online is good for discusssion of protcols etc

It was a recomendation from there that got me reading this site.

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CEMX-174

Post by neurorocker » Thu Jan 11, 2007 7:14 pm

Contact Andrew Maclean at Tulane National Primate Center via Tulane University.

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