Plant Flow Cytometry
jldow at unity.ncsu.edu
Mon Jan 8 08:56:46 EST 2007
I have the same issues with some of my clients-if such a group
exists, I also would like to know about it. Our main trouble seems
to start when my clients use anything but fresh samples. The fresh
stuff looks good but frozen and preserved samples look like junk.
Hope that helps.
At 4:59 PM -0500 1/4/07, Joan Kalnitsky wrote:
>>I have a client who works with PI on various species of plants.
>>Some of the plant varieties yield beautiful data, and others yield
>>nothing but junk. I thought I remembered mention of a Plant
>>Flow List Group many or a few years back.
>> Did I dream this up, or does it exist, and if it exists,
>>would someone be kind enough to send contact information. My
>>client and I would be very appreciative.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Joan K.
>>Flow Cytometry Lab Supervisor
>>Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
>>Blacksburg, Va. 24061
>>Phone (540) 231-4115
>> "It is better to serve than to receive." B. Borg
>Flow Cytometry Lab Supervisor
>Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
>Blacksburg, Va. 24061
>Phone (540) 231-4115
> "It is better to serve than to receive." B. Borg
Laboratory Research Specialist and Manager
Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Facility
North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine
4700 Hillsborough Street
Raleigh, NC 27606
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