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Published by Plenum Press. in New York, London .
Written in English


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SeriesBiological separations
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Open LibraryOL14332788M

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Cell Separation: Methods and Selected Application, Volume 3 provides information pertinent to the design and application of methods for the separation of cells. This book covers a variety of topics, including lymphoma cells, lectins, purification of cells from lung tumors, macrophage electrophoretic migration test, tissue heterogeneity, and. Filtration-based cell separation is a size-based method wherein cells smaller than the pore size of the specific filtration device pass through and larger cells are trapped. Filtration was first used successfully for cell separation by S.H. Seal in who could separate large tumor cells from the smaller blood cells.   Purchase Methods of Cell Separation, Volume 18 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1. Clinical diag­ nosis of diseased states and use of isolated cells for therapeutic (e. g., immunotherapy) or survival (e. g., transfusion) purposes are some of the pressing areas where immediate practical benefits can be obtained by applying cell separation techniques. However. the development of such useful methods is still in its infancy.

  Adherence. Techniques that utilise cellular adherence are some of the most simple methods used for cell separation and are routinely used when isolating cells from digested or explanted primary tissues (Figure 1).An example of simple cell separation by adherence is the isolation of dental pulp stromal cells from whole digested dental by: Presently, the need for methods involving separation, identification, and characterization of different kinds of cells is amply realized among immu­ nologists, hematologists, cell biologists, clinical pathologists, and cancer researchers. Unless cells exhibiting different functions and stages of. Clinical diag­ nosis of diseased states and use of isolated cells for therapeutic (e. g., immunotherapy) or survival (e. g., transfusion) purposes are some of the pressing areas where immediate practical benefits can be obtained by applying cell separation techniques. However, the development of such useful methods is still in its infancy. Methods of cell separation. New York: Plenum Press, ©(OCoLC) Online version: Methods of cell separation. New York: Plenum Press, ©(OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Catsimpoolas.

Clinical diag­ nosis of diseased states and use of isolated cells for therapeutic (e. g., immunotherapy) or survival (e. g., transfusion) purposes are some of the pressing areas where immediate practical benefits can be obtained by applying cell separation techniques. However, the development of such useful methods is still in its : Nicholas Catsimpoolas. Genre/Form: Fulltext Laboratory Manuals Internet Resources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sharpe, Paul T. Methods of cell separation. Amsterdam ; New. Book Description "Offers complete coverage and assessment of cell separation technologies for analytical and preparative isolations of biological cell populations-demonstrating how to select and devise optimal sorting strategies for applications in biochemistry, immunology, cell and molecular biology, and clinical research. Methods of Cell Separation is distinguished by three powerful assets: descriptions of the majority of cell separation methods currently being used; details of the experimental procedures involved in each method; and comparisons of the different methods for separating cell populations with particular reference to blood by: