beads, adhesion and flow cytometry

Rachel Teitelbaum teitelba at aecom.yu.edu
Thu Dec 1 09:51:50 EST 1994


I don't know if this will help, but there was some work coating IL-1 onto
latex beads, normally inert, and they get adhesion to the bead.  If you'd
like I could look up the reference.
-Rachel

On 30 Nov 1994, A Finn wrote:

> Has anyone experience of using protein (e.g. fibronectin) coated
> latex beads as an adhesion surface for leukocytes (e.g. neutrophils)
> to assay adhesion or adhesion dependant cell functions in the
> flow cytometer?
> I'd b grateful for any hints or sources of info
> 
> Adam Finn
> Paediatric Immunology
> University of Sheffield
> UK
> 






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