Mouse dendritic cells

Paul J. Jansen zinetti at acpub.duke.edu
Tue Jun 4 14:14:02 EST 1996


Size is a good start, but beware of monocytes and macrophages they will 
also fall in approximately the same size catagorie.  At least on humans!! 
if you email me I will try to put you in touch with someone who is 
working with mouse dendritic cells.  I am better qualified on Human DC's
cya
BZ
Paul J Jansen
zinetti at acpub.duke.edu
janse001 at mc.duke.edu
http://www.duke.edu/~zinetti/Immunology/immuno1.html<DUMC Immunology>



On Tue, 4 Jun 1996, Jonni S. Moore wrote:

> Date: Tue, 4 Jun 1996 10:51:38 -0500
> From: Jonni S. Moore <moorej at mail.MED.UPENN.EDU>
> To: Cytometry Mailing List <cytometry at flowcyt.cyto.purdue.edu>
> Subject: Mouse dendritic cells
> 
> 
> Hi Flow People,
>         We have an investigator who wants to look at mouse dendritic cells
> in a chimeric model. Since there are no commercial dendritic markers
> available, we are using a combination of I-A , size, and exclusion of B
> cells and macrophages to find these cells.  Any suggestions? Has anyone
> tried to identify mouse dendritic cells by flow.
>                 Thanks for any help.
>                         Jonni
> 
> Jonni S. Moore, Ph.D.
> Director, Cancer Center Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorter Facility
> Dept. of Pathology and Lab Medicine
> 203 John Morgan Bldg.
> University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
> Philadelphia, PA 19104
> FAX: (215)898-4227
> PHONE: (215)898-6853
> 
> 



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