Mycoplasma

Nicholson, Ian (VIC) INicholson at arcbs.redcross.org.au
Tue Dec 4 18:20:35 EST 2007


Hi B.,
If you can't access new Mycoplasma free cell material, another treatment you
may want to try is Plasmocin  <http://www.plasmocin.com/datasheet.pdf>
http://www.plasmocin.com/datasheet.pdf . 
Cheers
Ian Nicholson, 
Victorian Transplantation and Immunogenetics Service (VTIS). 
Cnr Kavanagh and Balston Sts, 
Southbank, 
Australia.     3006.

Tel:   61 3 9694 0242 
Fax:  61 3 9682 1630 


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From: Bindu Aramati [mailto:bindiya30 at yahoo.com] 
Sent: Friday, 30 November 2007 4:17 AM
To: cyto-inbox
Subject: Mycoplasma


Hi,
Though it is not related to Flow, but everyone works on cell culture, Must
be able to help me here.
We come to know there is mycoplasma contamination in our cell and could you
please let us know how to clean up & further care and what would have been
the adverse effects on cells !
Than you in advance for your time.
Bindu Aramati
Postdoctoral fellow


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