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Feb 05, 2009 The common procedure for cell separation, which comprises of the initial separation of PBMCs from whole blood by density gradient centrifugation and the subsequent magnetic separation of target cells from PBMCs using magnetic particles (Figure 4A), was performed using protein G-BacMPs. Magnetic separations of B lymphocytes, T lymphocytes, and

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  • Microfluidic high gradient magnetic cell separation
    Microfluidic high gradient magnetic cell separation

    rare cells. Once the magnetic beads are bound to the cells, a magnetic field gradient is all that is required to separate them from the bulk. The magnetic beads, ranging in size from 10 nm to 10 m, are typically a mixture of polymer and iron oxide particles, Fe 2O 3 and Fe 3O 4. The separation of red blood cells from whole blood by native

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  • MAGNETIC SEPARATION – 42 Bio
    MAGNETIC SEPARATION – 42 Bio

    Harvesting of Cells From Blood - Stem Cells - Immune Cells - Cancer Cells. How it works. In the lab setting, components are routinely separated from mixtures using magnetic separation techniques. 42Bio's magnetic separation technology method works equally well for large components like whole cells, to small components like single molecules or

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  • Positive selection of human blood cells using improved
    Positive selection of human blood cells using improved

    High gradient magnetic separators (HGMS) create magnetic field gradients that can be used to attract much smaller and less magnetic particles than those required for conventional magnetic separation techniques. As a result cells can be labeled with submicron magnetic particles and still be separated using an HGMS filter. Typically, HGMS filters

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  • Development of a magnetic separation method to capture
    Development of a magnetic separation method to capture

    Sep 01, 2016 Magnetic separation is efficient in removing inhibitory substances from blood and isolates the target cells directly from samples without the need of standard concentration steps (Olsvik et al., 1994). In addition, this method is non-destructive for the target cells, which allow subsequent detection of the bacteria

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  • Magnetic cell separation | Cell separation | Miltenyi
    Magnetic cell separation | Cell separation | Miltenyi

    Following cell separation, both MicroBeads and REAlease Biotin Complex can be gently removed, leaving the cells bead- and label-free for further cell separation steps. REAlease Technology allows for magnetic cell isolation by positive selection of target cells and subsequent removal of any beads and labels from the cells

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  • Collection, Storage, and Preparation of Human Blood Cells
    Collection, Storage, and Preparation of Human Blood Cells

    May 01, 2016 Separate the bead-cell complexes using a magnet or by placing tube in magnetic separation device for 5 to 10 min. For this separation, cells may be transferred to a different vessel if necessary. Aspirate and discard fluid from the tube or separation vessel. Remove vessel from magnetic separation device

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  • Cell Separation and Cell Isolation Methods
    Cell Separation and Cell Isolation Methods

    Immunomagnetic cell separation is a technique whereby magnetic particles are used to isolate target cells from heterogeneous mixtures. To accomplish this, the magnetic particles are bound to specific cell surface proteins on the target cells via antibodies, enzymes, lectins, or streptavidin

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  • immuno magnetic seperation machines
    immuno magnetic seperation machines

    May 14, 2019 For separation, in the first step, immunomagnetic WBC depletion is employed directly from 2 ml of whole blood by adding the CD45 antibody and 1-μm magnetic beads. The separation in this step is carried out by external magnets that are placed around a

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  • Separation of red blood cells by magnetic means
    Separation of red blood cells by magnetic means

    The separation of red blood cells from the whole blood using magnetic means has been paid attention [43][44][45][46] [47] [48][49], and is referred to as high-gradient magnetic separation (HGMS

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  • MARS - Applied Cells – Break-through Cell Separation
    MARS - Applied Cells – Break-through Cell Separation

    MARS uses active-microfluidic acoustics and magnetic separation technologies to isolate targeted cells from whole blood, apheresis, and bone marrow samples. MARS Genomics Applications. MARS Tumor Biology Applications. MARS Cell Therapy Applications

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  • Continuous Magnetic Separation of Blood Components from
    Continuous Magnetic Separation of Blood Components from

    The separation of red blood cells from the whole blood using magnetic means has been paid attention [43][44][45][46][47][48] [49], and is referred to as high-gradient magnetic separation (HGMS

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  • Design of microfluidic channels for magnetic separation of
    Design of microfluidic channels for magnetic separation of

    This study is motivated by the development of a blood cell filtration device for removal of malaria-infected, parasitized red blood cells (pRBCs). The blood was modeled as a multi-component fluid using the computational fluid dynamics discrete element method (CFD-DEM), wherein plasma was treated as a Newtonian fluid and the red blood cells (RBCs) were modeled as soft-sphere solid particles

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  • Direct magnetic separation of red cells from whole blood
    Direct magnetic separation of red cells from whole blood

    Consequently red blood cells containing deoxyhaemoglobin when placed in a magnetic field B0 (Tesla) with field gradient d B0 /d z may be expected to experience a magnetic force FM (Newtons) in the

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  • Magnetic separation of malaria-infected red blood cells in
    Magnetic separation of malaria-infected red blood cells in

    Malaria is a serious disease that threatens the public health, especially in developing countries. Various methods have been developed to separate malaria-infected red blood cells (i-RBCs) from blood samples for clinical diagnosis and biological and epidemiological research. In this study, we propose a simple and label-free method for separating not only late-stage but also early-stage i-RBCs on the basis of their paramagnetic characteristics due to the malaria

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  • On magnetophoretic separation of blood cells using Halbach
    On magnetophoretic separation of blood cells using Halbach

    Aug 13, 2020 On magnetophoretic separation of blood cells using Halbach array of magnets Abstract. Magnetophoretic separation has gained much attention in recent years due to its easy application and low-cost... Introduction. Microparticle separation

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