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Analysis of cells in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is an important clinical procedure for diagnosis of a variety of disease. This new method allows the determination and evaluation of CSF blood contamination, helping to interpret diagnostic results.
Outstanding flow cytometry assay performance
Qualitative and quantitative Assay
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Immunostep, a leading provider of technologies, tools, and services for bioscience research and biopharmaceutical manufacturing, and we offer a wide range of assays, kits and solution for flow cytometry.
Flow cytometry is a powerful method used to measure cell numbers, cell viability, programmed cell death (apoptosis), cell division, toxicity, and the differential expression of specific proteins that can help scientists understand the biology of embryonic development, cancer, metabolic and degenerative diseases, drug effects, and even aging.
Apoptosis Assays and Tools
Tools and Assays for the detection of programmed cell death or apoptosis cells.
Diagnostic kit designed to quantify platelet associated immunoglobulin using flow cytometry.
Apoptosis (normal or programmed cell death) is the physiological process by which unwanted or useless cells are eliminated during development and other normal biological processes. Immunostep Apoptosis Detection Kits provide the perfect way to identify apoptotic cells on a single cell basis by flow cytometry.
Determination of activation upon allergen stimulation by flow cytometry: Using defined allergens, this test provides information concerning IgE-mediated allergic disorders via the CD63 antigen as a marker of basophil activation.
Platelet autoantibody detection is critical for immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) diagnosis and prognosis. This kit allows the quantification of platelet associated immunoglobulin by flow cytometry.
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