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High Gradient Magnetic Cell Sorting

  • S. Miltenyi
  • E. Pflüger
Part of the Springer Laboratory book series (SLM)

Abstract

Magnetic cell sorting is a powerful tool for the isolation of certain cell subsets from cell populations. So far magnetic cell sorting has been used for isolation of many cell types in human [1] and animals, but also for separation of plant cells and bacteria [2].

Keywords

Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell Cell Separation Magnetic Cell Positive Fraction Magnetic Cell Sorting 
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  • S. Miltenyi
  • E. Pflüger

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