Detection of circulating microparticles by flow cytometry: influence of centrifugation, filtration of buffer, and freezing

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The clinical importance of microparticles resulting from vesiculation of platelets and other blood cells is increasingly recognized, although no standardized method exists for their measurement. Only a few studies have examined the analytical and preanalytical steps and variables affecting microparticle detection. We focused our analysis on microparticle… (More)
DOI: 10.2147/VHRM.S13236

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@inproceedings{DeyHazra2010DetectionOC, title={Detection of circulating microparticles by flow cytometry: influence of centrifugation, filtration of buffer, and freezing}, author={Emily Dey-Hazra and Barbara Hertel and Torsten Kirsch and Alexander Woywodt and Svjetlana Lovric and Hermann Haller and Marion Haubitz and Uta Erdbruegger}, booktitle={Vascular health and risk management}, year={2010} }