Effect of antiaggregants on the in vitro viability, cell count and stability of abalone (Haliotis iris) haemocytes

@article{Grandiosa2018EffectOA,
  title={Effect of antiaggregants on the in vitro viability, cell count and stability of abalone (Haliotis iris) haemocytes},
  author={Roffi Grandiosa and Mai-Louise Bouwman and T. Young and Fabrice Merien and A. Alfaro},
  journal={Fish & Shellfish Immunology},
  year={2018},
  volume={78},
  pages={131–139}
}
  • Roffi Grandiosa, Mai-Louise Bouwman, +2 authors A. Alfaro
  • Published 2018
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Fish & Shellfish Immunology
  • ABSTRACT The ability to successfully prepare and preserve haemocyte cells for microscopy and flow cytometry is critical for the investigation of animal immune systems. In this study, we observed the total cell count, in vitro viability and stability of New Zealand black‐footed abalone (Haliotis iris) haemocytes with different antiaggregants and handling protocols. Haemocyte stability was evaluated by direct observation of haemocytes under the microscope and calculating the aggregation index… CONTINUE READING
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