Myelin Removal Beads II have been developed for the specific removal of myelin debris from single-cell suspensions. Myelin Removal Beads II work without determination of cell number or myelin debris/cell ratio.

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Mouse brains (P28) were dissociated using the Neural Tissue Dissociation Kit (P). Flow cytometric analysis shows that the resulting single-cell suspension contains large amounts of myelin membrane fragments and other cellular debris. Only 3% of the signals represent cells (A). Myelin Removal Beads II used with an LS Column and a MidiMACS Separator effectively remove myelin debris (B).
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Figure 1

Mouse brains (P28) were dissociated using the Neural Tissue Dissociation Kit (P). Flow cytometric analysis shows that the resulting single-cell suspension contains large amounts of myelin membrane fragments and other cellular debris. Only 3% of the signals represent cells (A). Myelin Removal Beads II used with an LS Column and a MidiMACS Separator effectively remove myelin debris (B).
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Figure 1

Mouse brains (P28) were dissociated using the Neural Tissue Dissociation Kit (P). Flow cytometric analysis shows that the resulting single-cell suspension contains large amounts of myelin membrane fragments and other cellular debris. Only 3% of the signals represent cells (A). Myelin Removal Beads II used with an LS Column and a MidiMACS Separator effectively remove myelin debris (B).

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Myelin Removal Beads II have been developed for the specific removal of myelin debris from single-cell suspensions. Myelin Removal Beads II work without determination of cell number or myelin debris/cell ratio.

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Background information

When myelin-containing neural tissue is dissociated, large quantities of myelin debris are generated, which considerably impair antibody binding.
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Depletion of myelin debris from single-cell suspensions leads to improved immunostaining and cell separation results.

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LS or autoMACS
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References for Myelin Removal Beads II, human, mouse, rat

Publications

  1. Pfenninger, C. V. et al. (2007) CD133 is not present on neurogenic astrocytes in the adult subventricular zone, but on embryonic neural stem cells, ependymal cells, and glioblastoma cells. Cancer Res. 67: 5727-5736
  2. Tham, C. S. et al. (2003) Microglial activation state and lysophospholipid acid receptor expression. Int. J. Dev. Neurosci. 21: 431-443

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