Hansen, Ernil and Hannig, Kurt (1982) Antigen-specific electrophoretic cell separation (ASECS): isolation by human T and B lymphocyte subpopulations by free-flow electrophoresis after reaction with antibodies. Journal of immunological methods 51 (2), pp. 197-208.
The electrophoretic mobility of human lymphocytes can be reduced by incubation with surface antigen specific antibodies under non-capping conditions. This renders subpopulations of human peripheral blood lymphocytes accessible to separation by free-flow electrophoresis. After reaction of lymphocyte preparations with anti-IgM antibody and a fluorescent second antibody, B lymphocytes showed a ...
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|Institutions:||Medicine > Lehrstuhl für Anästhesiologie|
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