CD-1 Mouse Red Blood Cells
CD-1 Mouse Red Blood Cells are produced when CD-1 Mouse whole blood is processed to remove the platelet rich plasma, buffy coat layer, and leukocytes (WBC). CD-1 Mouse red blood cells are useful for the titration of complement, adsorption procedures, testing for agglutinins/HA assays, and for the preparation of stroma as particulate reagents. CD-1 Mouse red blood cells are perishable and are collected and processed upon receipt of your order.
Physical Intelligence Department, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart, Germany. Published 5 Feb 2018.
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