Choosing a Cell Isolation Kit Comes Down to Method and Marker

A cell isolation kit is used to ensure that the results of cell-based downstream applications—such as cell–cell interactions, protein isolation, biochemical analysis, cell counting, host–pathogen interaction studies, and gene characterization studies—depict the biology of the targeted cell type. Positive-selection cell isolation kits capture the target cells directly by binding the cells of interest to an antibody, while a negative-selection cell isolation kit targets cells indirectly by eliminating the sample from the unwanted cells, leaving the target cells behind.

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