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Zebrafish Tumor Graft Transplantation to Grow Tumors In Vivo That Engraft Poorly as Single Cell Suspensions

Angiosarcoma is a clinically aggressive tumor with a high rate of mortality. It can arise in vascular or lymphatic tissues, involve any part of the body, and aggressively spread locally or metastasize. Angiosarcomas spontaneously develop in the tp53 deleted (tp53del/del) zebrafish mutant. However, e... More


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Performing a manual run on your Xuri™ Cell Expansion System W25

The purpose of this protocol is to provide instructions on how to perform a manual run on the Xuri™ Cell Expansion System W25 using UNICORN™ software.This protocol applies to anyone performing a manual run on the Xuri™ Cell Expansion System W25.... More


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How to run cryopreservation protocols using a VIA Freeze™ system

The purpose of this protocol is to give the reader a comprehensive understanding of how to set up and operate the Cytiva VIA Freeze™ Uno, VIA Freeze™ Duo, and VIA Freeze™ Quad units.This protocol applies to anyone performing a procedure with the VIA Freeze™ units. Once training on this document is c... More


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Isolation of Mononuclear Cell Fractions Using Your Sepax™ System

The purpose of this protocol is to provide instructions on how to isolate mononuclear cell fractions of apheresis product, bone marrow, or umbilical cord blood using the Sepax™ system with initial volumes of 30 to 120 mL and selectable final volumes of 8-20 mL or 45 mL. This protocol applies to anyo... More


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Access the Breadth of Sample Preparation Protocols to Awaken True Functional Immune Biology

Precedent Protocols and Processes ensure that enrichment, stimulation and labeling will result in maximizing the correlative data achieved, while minimizing non-specific impact on the cells themselves. Highlights: • Published enrichment, stimulation, and staining protocols throughout immunotherapy ... More


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IsoCode Single-Cell Innate Immune: Human CD34+ Myeloid Stem Cell Protocol

A. Overview1. Overview of ProtocolDay 1: Cryopreserved cells are thawed and cultured overnight in the presence of IL-2.Day 2: Enrichment and Stimulation of CD34+ cells for 24 hours.Day 3: Staining and Loading of CD34+ cells onto IsoCode chip.NOTE: This protocol outlines the standard method for thawi... More


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IsoCode Single-Cell Innate Immune: Human Monocyte Protocol Using Membrane Stain

A. OverviewOverview of ProtocolDay 1: Cryopreserved cells are thawed and cultured overnight in complete RPMI media.Day 2: Enrichment and Stimulation of Monocytes for 24 hours.Day 3: Staining and Loading of Monocytes onto IsoCode Chip.... More


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IsoCode Single-Cell Adaptive Immune: TCR-T Protocol

A. Overview of ProtocolDay 1: Cryopreserved TCR-T cells are thawed and cultured overnight in the presence of IL-2. Cryopreserved target cell lines are thawed, cultured and passaged several days prior to beginning the experiment.Day 2: Enrichment, Staining, and Antigen Stimulation of CD4+ and/or CD8+... More


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Single-Cell Intracellular Proteome: HeLa Cell Protocol

Overview of Protocol:Day 1-3: Cryopreserved HeLa cells are thawed and cultured for 72 hours.Day 4: Staining and stimulating of HeLa cells followed by immediate loading onto IsoCode Chip... More


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IsoCode Single-Cell Adaptive Immune: Human Bispecific Protocol

Overview of ProtocolDay 1: Cryopreserved T cells are thawed and cultured overnight in the presence of IL-2.Day 2: Enrichment, Staining and Antigen Stimulation of CD4+ and/or CD8+ T cells for 36-48 hours.Day3: Loading of T cells onto IsoCode chip.... More