Horse Red Blood Cells, Packed 10% - June 9, 2017

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June 9, 2017 Innovative Research's Horse Red Blood Cells, Packed 10% were recently used in the following study:

HTML Humoral and Cellular Immunogenicity Induced by Avian Influenza A (H7N9) DNA Vaccine in Mice

EJ Choi, HS Lee, JY Noh, JY Song, HJ Cheong - Infection & Chemotherapy, 2017 ... incubation, 50 L of 1% horse red blood cells (10% red blood cell diluted with saline solution 1:9, Innovative Research, Inc., Novi, MI, USA) was ... To overcome the limitations of DNA vaccine, researchers have developed new delivery systems, including electroporation 14. ...

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