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Would preserved cells for flow cytometry make your life easier?

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#1 CellsDepot

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Posted 03 August 2014 - 03:30 PM

1. Imagine not having to euthanize a mouse or rat each time you needed a few million splenocytes as control cells.

2. Imagine not having to wait for collection of human whole blood from a donor, then isolate PBMCs by Ficoll etc., so that you can include a set of control cells in your flow cytometry experiment.

3. Imagine not having to buy expensive frozen cells and having to strore them in ultra-low temperature freezer/liquid nitrogen.

4. Imagine not having to thaw frozen cells each time you needed to stain them for FACS analysis.

 

Cells Depot™ preserved cells are derived from human, mouse and rat cells with intended use in flow cytometry applications (For Research Use Only). The cells are non-viable and stain optimally with low antibody concentrations. They can be used to validate antibody binding, serve as control for cell subset evaluation or used for multi-color compensation. Cells Depot™ preserved cells remain stable and unfrozen when stored in a regular freezer (-18C to -21C). Since thawing is not required, sampling is quick and repeat sampling is easy resulting in greater efficiency and savings in cost.

 

Thanks in advance for your responses and feedback!

 

 

 

 

 



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Posted 09 August 2014 - 08:45 AM

Wanted to follow up on the above post with our "Cell Preparation Guide" video available on YouTube: http://youtu.be/W0kz1rDgpms

 

Also, for US-customers - we our offering FREE samples for a limited time. Visit our website: www.CellsDepot.com to sample our humanmouse and rat cells.

 

Thanks again for your responses and feedbacks!


Edited by CellsDepot, 09 August 2014 - 08:46 AM.





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