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Re: Tissue culture lab needed

  • Subject: Re: Tissue culture lab needed
  • From: Alektra@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2002 21:25:47 -0500 (CDT)

You might ask the people at kitchenculturekit.com if they can put you in 
touch with any of their clients who do such work professionally on a larger 
scale than the majority of the kit's customers, who are teachers and 
hobbyists. I'm pretty sure they do have big clients; they may even have a 
links page, I can't remember offhand.

In a message dated 6/25/2 11:45:26 PM, jjingram@adelphia.net writes:
<< I am looking for a reliable source for a tissue culture lab that has done

some work with aroids as well as other rare plant material (mainly

amaryllids and such tropical material). If anyone can help me out I would

appreciate it. Thanks. >>

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