I see no theoretical or practical reason for injecting erythroblasts in to
mouse tumors. Know of no reason why erythoblasts would be immunogenic or
allogenic in generating tumor specific antigens. Sounds like wird science.
Dilworth <dilworth at megsinet.net> wrote in message
news:3880A8BA.61CA10DB at megsinet.net...
> Seems to me this has more to do with Hematology than microbiology.
> Clinical microbiology doesn't deal with this kind of stuff. However, I'm
> sure there are people out there in newsgroup land that might deal with
> microbiology in a different sense than I do and may have some insight.
> I'll also cross-post this into a couple of other newsgroups for you.
>> Judy Dilworth, M.T.(ASCP)
>> mraizman wrote:
>> > A friend who is interested microbiology but has no access to the
> > Internet has asked me to pose the
> > following questions to members of this newsgroup:
> > 1 - is there such a thing as a preparation or serum of erythroblasts?
> > 2 - is there such a thing as a preparation or serum of erythroblasts
> > which are in the early stages
> > of maturing into erythrocytes, but have not yet extruded their nuclei?
> > 3 - If either exists, have they been injected into mouse tumors, and
> > what were the results?
> > Thank you and best. Marc R.