Pooled Normal Human AB Serum Heat Inactivated Reference 2-14-15

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Innovative Research's Pooled Normal Human AB Serum Heat Inactivated was recently used in the following study:

Increased haemolytic group A streptococcal M6 serotype and streptodornase Bspecific cellular immune responses in Swedish narcolepsy cases

A Ambati, T Poiret, BM Svahn, D Valentini, M Khademi - Journal of Internal Medicine, 2015
Peptides and Elephants, Potsdam, Germany) in AIM-V medium (Life Technologies) complemented with heat-inactivated pooled 5% human AB serum (Innovative Research, Novi, MI, USA). On day 7, the medium was changed and the cells were stimulated again...

  • Tags: Human Serum, Pooled Human AB Serum Plasma Derived Heat Inactivated

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