CD4 Low and Normal Blood Controls

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CD4 Low and Normal Blood Controls AçıklamaDokümanlar CD4 Low and Normal Blood Controls Quantitation of leucocytes in human whole blood by flow cytometry provides a vital tool in evaluating many human immunodeficiencies. Stabilised Human Whole Blood Control and CD4 Low and Normal Blood Controls developed by Cytomark are stabilised preparations of human whole blood for…

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Stabilised Human Whole Blood

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Stabilised Human Whole Blood AçıklamaDokümanlar Stabilised Human Whole Blood Quantitation of leucocytes in human whole blood by flow cytometry provides a vital tool in evaluating many human immunodeficiencies. Stabilised Human Whole Blood Control and CD4 Low and Normal Blood Controls developed by Cytomark are stabilised preparations of human whole blood for use in research applications.…

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TransFix® – Lymph Node Stabilisation

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TransFix® – Lymph Node Stabilisation AçıklamaDokümanlar Applications of TransFix: TransFix® Can Be Used to Stabilise Lymph Node Biopsies/Fine Needle Aspirate Specimens for Flow Cytometry Lymph nodes are small, oval-shaped organs and are an important part of the immune system. Lymph nodes are found close to internal organs such as the stomach, intestines, and lungs, and are…

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TransFix® – Animal Blood Stabilisation

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TransFix® – Animal Blood Stabilisation AçıklamaDokümanlar TransFix® Has Been Used to Prevent Cellular Degradation in Animal Blood for Analytical Testing Purposes. Like with human whole blood specimens, animal whole blood degrades over time, rendering it no longer suitable for examination e.g in flow cytometry. Researchers have found that the addition of TransFix to animal blood samples…

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TransFix® – Circulating Tumour Cell Stabilisation

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TransFix® – Circulating Tumour Cell Stabilisation AçıklamaDokümanlar Stabilisation of Circulating Tumour Cells in TransFix Treated Blood Samples Circulating tumour cells (CTCs) are cells from the primary tumour which have invaded and moved through the walls of nearby blood vessels and circulate in the blood stream. These circulating tumour cells can invade the walls of the…

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