Anti-Mouse IgM MicroBeads are suitable for magnetic labeling and subsequent separation of cells where the primary antibody is of the mouse IgM isotype. They can also be used for direct positive selection or depletion of mouse B cells expressing IgM on the surface.
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Data and images for Anti-Mouse IgM MicroBeads

Figures

Figure 1

Separation of CD16
+
cells from human peripheral blood leukocytes using a mouse anti-human CD16 antibody (isotype IgM), Anti-Mouse IgM MicroBeads, and an MS Column.
Unseparated fraction
Positive fraction
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Figure 1

Separation of CD16
+
cells from human peripheral blood leukocytes using a mouse anti-human CD16 antibody (isotype IgM), Anti-Mouse IgM MicroBeads, and an MS Column.
View details

Figure 1

Separation of CD16
+
cells from human peripheral blood leukocytes using a mouse anti-human CD16 antibody (isotype IgM), Anti-Mouse IgM MicroBeads, and an MS Column.

Specifications for Anti-Mouse IgM MicroBeads

Overview

Anti-Mouse IgM MicroBeads are suitable for magnetic labeling and subsequent separation of cells where the primary antibody is of the mouse IgM isotype. They can also be used for direct positive selection or depletion of mouse B cells expressing IgM on the surface.
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Detailed product information

Applications

Anti-Mouse IgM MicroBeads have been used for the isolation of lymphocyte subsets
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, for the isolation of murine primordial germ cells
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as well as for the isolation of follicular dendritic cells from human tonsils
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.

Columns

For positive selection: MS, LS, XS, or autoMACS
®
Columns. For depletion: LD, D, or autoMACS Columns.

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References for Anti-Mouse IgM MicroBeads

Publications

  1. Pelanda, R. et al. (1996) A prematurely expressed Ig(kappa) transgene, but not V(kappa)J(kappa) gene segment targeted into the Ig(kappa) locus, can rescue B cell development in lambda5-deficient mice. Immunity 5: 229-239
  2. Underhill et al. (2002) IgG plasma cells display a unique spectrum of leukocyte adhesion and homing molecules. Blood : 2905-2912
  3. Diacovo, T. G. et al. (1996) Interactions of human alpha/beta and gamma/delta T lymphocyte subsets in shear flow with E-selectin and P-selectin. J. Exp. Med. 183: 1193-1203
  4. Pesce and De Felici (1995) Purification of mouse primordial germ cells by MiniMACS magnetic separation system. Dev. Biol. 170: 722-725
  5. Butch, A. W. et al. (1999) Human follicular dendritic cells inhibit superantigen-induced T-cell proliferation by distinct mechanisms. Blood 94: 216-224

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