MagCellect Human NK Cell Isolation Kit Summary
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The phenotype of decidual CD56+ lymphocytes is influenced by secreted factors from decidual stromal cells but not macrophages in the first trimester of pregnancy
Authors: LB James-Alla, RJ Buckley, GS Whitley, JE Cartwright
J. Reprod. Immunol., 2020;138(0):103082. 2020
Decidual natural killer cell interactions with trophoblasts are impaired in pregnancies at increased risk of preeclampsia.
Authors: Wallace A, Host A, Whitley G, Cartwright J
Am J Pathol, 2013;183(6):1853-61. 2013
When using MacCellect Cell Isolation kits (MAGM*** or MAGH***), why is it important to lyse red blood cells before starting the cell isolation protocol?
It is important to remove red blood cells before the isolation protocol using MagCellect isolation kits because not doing so can cause a poorer yield of selected cells. Red blood cells become sticky during the incubation protocols and may interfere with the interactions needed for removal of unwanted populations.
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