PHA aggregation (fwd)

mcfarland david c mcfarlnd at ux1.cso.uiuc.edu
Fri Feb 28 11:15:57 EST 1997


Sorry.  You're not the only one who asked.  SEB is Staphylococcal 
enterotoxin B.  It is a superantigen for T-lymphocytes.

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Date: Fri, 28 Feb 1997 08:53:00 -0500 (est)
From: Rinder, Henry <RinderHM at MASPO3.MAS.YALE.EDU>
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Subject: RE: PHA aggregation (fwd)


Sorry to ask a dumb question but what is SEB?
Harv Rinder
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From: mcfarland david c
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Subject: PHA aggregation (fwd)
Date: Thursday, February 27, 1997 9:01AM


I had the same problem.  PHA by definition is a hemagglutinin.  I started
stimulating with SEB instead.

David McFarland
University of Illinois Biotechnology Center
Flow Cytometry Facility

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Date: Wed, 26 Feb 1997 13:35:59 +0000
From: tlr at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk
To: cyto-inbox
Subject: PHA aggregation


Dear colleagues,

I am looking at intracellular cytokines produced by CD14+/CD3+ cells from
PBMC cultures, in response to PHA stimulation. I am having problems with
cell aggregation . Has anyone used a similar system and how did they get
round it? Stimulating with PMA/ionophore is not an option at the present
time.

Thank you in advance,

Tom Rowland







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