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From:Penelope Marr <MarrP@sesahs.nsw.GOV.AU>
To:"'Phyllis Davie'" <>, Heike Grabsch <>,
Date:Fri, 04 Jun 1999 09:25:54 +1000

Another alternative may be a forensic laboratory.  They often have CMV
positive cases.  

Penny Marr

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Phyllis Davie []
> Sent:	Friday, 4 June 1999 6:23
> To:	Heike Grabsch;
> Subject:	Re: EBV vs CMV
> Heike,
>   If you have access to a virology laboratory, you may be able to
> request 
> them to grow up an infected cell line, which you can then make into a 
> cell block.  I have done this in the past with great success.  We
> usually 
> worked out some sort of trade of supplies for services.  Cell lines
> may 
> not be exactly the same as "naturally" infected human tissue, but they
> will sure work great in a pinch.
>   Good Luck,
> Phyllis Davie
> PhenoPath Laboratories
> Seattle, WA
South Eastern Sydney Area Health Service

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