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A new fluorescent probe that can distinguish B cells from T cells – EurekAlert

Researchers discovered a new fluorescent probe that can discriminate B lymphocytes over T lymphocytes without the cell receptor targetting antibodies.



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IMAGE: A) Splenocytes were isolated from mouse spleens, and T and B cells were separated using magnetic activated cell sorting (MACS). The cells were subsequently plated in 384 wells and over…
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Credit: Institute for Basic Science
Human blood contains several different components, including plasma, red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBCs), and platelets. Among these, WBCs are divided into numerous subcategories each with unique functions and characteristics, such as lymphocytes,…

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