Granulocytes originate from a common myeloid precursor in the bone marrow and are divided into three subtypes: neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils. See MoreNeutrophils are the most numerous cell type of the innate immune system and are crucial for the initial response to infection. Basophils and eosinophils play a role in the defense against parasitic infections and allergic responses. Study granulocyte subsets using our to enrich and isolate cells from whole blood or polymorphonuclear cell fractions. Purified cells can then be analyzed or used for further downstream applications.
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Cell Isolation Products (4 13)
Immunomagnetic depletion cell isolation kit
Immunodensity depletion cocktail
Immunomagnetic positive selection and cell depletion kit
Immunomagnetic isolation of neutrophils directly from whole blood
Tissue and Cell Culture Dissociation Reagents (4 3)
Buffers and Solutions (4 2)
Laboratory Equipment (4 4)
Instruments and Software (4 2)
Cultureware and General Supplies (4 1)
Clear polystyrene round-bottom untreated microplate with lid