Isolation and Preservation of PBMC for Analysis of Islet Antigen-Reactive T Cell Responses

This review article published in the Journal of Translational Immunology highlights, in the wider context of isolation and preservation of peripheral blood mononuclear cells for analysis of islet antigen-reactive T cell responses, the importance of rate of temperature decrease during freezing. CoolCell containers are highlighted as bringing the same benefits to the temperature management as Mr. Frosty, but with the added advantage of lower run-to-run variability, as there is no alcohol to be replaced every five freezing cycles.

 

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Isolation and Preservation of PBMC for Analysis of Islet Antigen-Reactive T Cell Responses

 

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