Rapid Partitioning of Human Neutrophils by CCD
The ability of countercurrent distribution (CCD) to fractionate cells on the basis of differences in their surface charge and hydrophobic characteristics makes CCD potentially a powerful technique to investigate correlation between surface properties of neutrophils and their functional activities.
KeywordsHuman Neutrophil Bottom Chamber Phagocytic Capacity Hydrophobic Characteristic Countercurrent Distribution
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