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Author Jones, Caroline N

Title Microfluidic Platform for Measuring Neutrophil Chemotaxis from Unprocessed Whole Blood
Published Cambridge, MA MyJoVE Corp 2016
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Description online resource (streaming video file)(613 seconds)
Series Bioengineering
Summary This protocol details an assay designed to measure human neutrophil chemotaxis from one droplet of whole blood with robust reproducibility. This approach circumvents the need for neutrophil separation and requires only a few minutes of assay preparation time. The microfluidic chip enables the repeated measure of neutrophil chemotaxis over time in infants or small mammals, where sample volume is limited
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Audience For undergraduate, graduate, and professional students
Notes English
Subject Bioengineering
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