Cell Separation: A Practical Approach

Paperback | August 1, 1998

EditorDerek Fisher, Gillian E. Francis, David Rickwood

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Techniques for separating cells are needed in many areas of cell biology. This book presents modern methods from the laboratories of experts in the field, and includes tested, reproducible protocols, hints and tips for success, and troubleshooting suggestions. It will be invaluable to a widerange of cell biologists.

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Techniques for separating cells are needed in many areas of cell biology. This book presents modern methods from the laboratories of experts in the field, and includes tested, reproducible protocols, hints and tips for success, and troubleshooting suggestions. It will be invaluable to a widerange of cell biologists.

Derek Fisher is at Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine. Gillian E. Francis is at Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine.

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Format:PaperbackPublished:August 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:019963579X

ISBN - 13:9780199635795

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Table of Contents

1. Preparation of single cell suspensions2. Fractionation of cells by sedimentation methods3. Centrifugal elutriationAppendix: Simulation of centrifugal elutriation for the Beckman E-6B chamber4. Separation and frustrationation of cells by partitioning in aqueous two-phase systemsAppendix: Manually operated counter current distribution apparatus5. Separation cells by flow cytometry6. Immuno methods: magnetic, columns and panning techniques7. Separation of cells using free flow electrophoresisAppendix: Suppliers

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'...the book gives detailed and reliable descriptions of most available methods for preparation and separation of isolated cells from tissues. It should certainly find its place in laboratories that use or plan to use methods for cell separation' Cell Biology International Vol.24, No.6