magnetic cell

magnetic cell

[mag′ned·ik ′sel]
(electronics)
One unit of a magnetic memory, capable of storing one bit of information as a zero state or a one state.
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It also includes magnetic cell separation, Transduction, Expansion and harvesting.
Further reduction in size is challenging in three main respects: the stability of the magnetic cell, the ability to read it, and the ability to write into it without affecting its neighboring cells.
Efficient magnetic cell labeling with protamine sulfate complexed to ferumoxides for cellular MRI.
A novel method for quantitative analysis of anti-MUCl expressing ovarian cancer cell surface based on magnetic cell separation.
After magnetic cell separation (MACS), we showed that [FAP.sup.+] CAFs are combined with microbeads as detected under a microscope (Figure 4).
"Magnetic cell targeting is ideally suited to augmenting cell therapies," said study lead author Paul Yarowsky of the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
The CliniMACS Cell Separation System is based on proven magnetic cell separation methodology, the renowned MACS Technology, enabling consistent generation of cellular products for a wide range of clinical applications.
For example, super paramagnetic nanoparticles may have many potential uses in frofluid, color imaging, magnetic cooling (quenching), detoxification of biological fluids, controlled delivery of anti-cancer medications, MRI and magnetic cell isolation.
Magnetic materials, especially iron oxides nanoparticles, are known since ancient times to have many spectacular properties, but in the last decade the properties that they possess at nanometric scale have been the starting point of great potential applications such as drug delivery, magnetic cell separation, tumor labeling and cell labeling.
Abdolahi, "A novel method for quantitative analysis of anti-MUC1 expressing ovarian cancer cell surface based on magnetic cell separation," Journal of Medical Sciences, vol.
Radbruch, "High gradient magnetic cell separation with MACS," Cytometry, Vol.
Specific topics include isolation of adult mouse stem keratinocytes using magnetic cell sorting, growth and stratification of epithelial cells in minimal culture conditions, establishment of spontaneously immortalized keratinocyte lines from wild-type and mutant mice, directed differentiation of human embryonic stem cells to epidermal progenitors, expression and analysis of exogenous proteins in epidermal sells, and gene expression profiling of mouse epidermal keratinocytes.