paramagnetic beads that can be used for flow cytometry?
R M Bernstein
ralph at ccit.arizona.edu
Fri Oct 6 21:48:52 EST 1995
In Article <antibody-0610952213470001 at comp2.bii.ch>, antibody at bii.ch
>In article <mrtour-2809951056460001 at mac-93.k-g2.ski.mskcc.org>,
>mrtour at stud.med.cornell.edu,dburtrum at ski.mskcc.org (michelle or
>> I am trying to positively select for a cell population by paramagnetic
>> beads and antibody staining....I use Dynabeads by Dynal...the big problem
>> is that the beads fluoresce by themselves on all 3 fluoresce channels....
>> does anyone know of paramagnetic beads which can be used in flow cytometry
>> because they don't fluoresce by themselves?
>I thought the 'mini' beads from MACS (10nm diameter) are compatible
>to flow cytometry.
>I dont remember the exact name of the company, but they advertised
>a lot in Immunology Today, and are located in Bergisch-Gladbach in
>Germany. You should be able to locate them with this information.
>BTW - I even think that Beckton Dickinson is distributing their
>stuff meanwhile. Their magnet is quite expensive, but that you
>can use also for the dynabeads and it is much faster - sometimes
>even too fast - it might stripp the dynabeads of the cells (leaving
>the antibody on the cells which get positive for everything you put
>on them later. However, in small tubes it works fine with dynabeads.
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whew, thats typing.
Ralph M. Bernstein
Dept of Micro/Immuno
University of Arizona
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