Large scale purification of human blood CD34+ cells from cryopreserved peripheral blood stem cells, using a nylon-fiber syringe system and immunomagnetic microspheres

@article{Koizumi2000LargeSP,
  title={Large scale purification of human blood CD34+ cells from cryopreserved peripheral blood stem cells, using a nylon-fiber syringe system and immunomagnetic microspheres},
  author={Kazuki Koizumi and Mitsufumi Nishio and Tomoyuki Endo and Hitoshi Takashima and Yoshihito Haseyama and Katsuya Fujimoto and Shingo Yamamoto and Norihiro Sato and Kenji Ikebuchi and Hitoshi Ikeda and Tadashi Koike and Ken-ichi Sawada},
  journal={Bone Marrow Transplantation},
  year={2000},
  volume={26},
  pages={787-793}
}
Isolation of large numbers of human peripheral blood CD34+ cells could lead to therapeutic applications, including purging of malignant cells from blood cell transplantations, purging of T cells from allogeneic bone marrow, and even blood cell transplantation. This procedure has limitations if there are not sufficient numbers of progenitor cells in the leukapheresis concentrates available for selection after detection of tumor cells in apheresis products. Use of frozen/thawed peripheral blood… CONTINUE READING

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