I have a question for you,
I just started to do some culture of primary cell from mouse CNS,
but after dissociation/isolation, myeline debris is all over and make it almost impossible for me to count the # of cells.
Does anyone know some easy (and hopefully inexpensive way) to remove the debris?
I know there is myeline removal microbeads in market, but I prefer some other method since our lab does not use the microbeads system.
I prefer some density gradient protocol, so if anyone have any suggestion, please let me know.
Thanks in advance
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