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Polyacrylic acid beads as a marker for B-lymphocytes (author's transl)

Klinische Wochenschrift

Jan 1, 1977

G JägerD Huhn

PMID: 299899

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B-lymphocytes can be characterized by the adherence of polyacrylic acid beads. The method was analyzed for specifity and reproducibility.

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Polyacrylic Acid
B-Lymphocytes
Acrylates
Cell Adhesion
Carbomer-940
Cell Separation
Adherence (Attribute)
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Polyacrylic acid beads as a marker for B-lymphocytes (author's transl)

Klinische Wochenschrift

Jan 1, 1977

G JägerD Huhn

PMID: 299899

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Abstract

B-lymphocytes can be characterized by the adherence of polyacrylic acid beads. The method was analyzed for specifity and reproducibility.

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Polyacrylic Acid
B-Lymphocytes
Acrylates
Cell Adhesion
Carbomer-940
Cell Separation
Adherence (Attribute)

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