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6] leukocytes/mL of blood, (9) so this cell input was well within the range applicable to buffy coat samples taken from 2-5 mL of whole blood.
Though other studies have compared PS with QBC and AG (3) or with QBC and other modifications of the buffy coat smear and other methods (1,4,5), to the best of our knowledge no other studies have compared the simple CBCS as done by us with PS and AG.
This kit now has the added capability to be used to process other sample types including buffy coat, tissue, buccal swabs and cells.
Contract notice: Providing a "complete system for the production of platelet concentrates from pooled buffy coat filtered and sterile connection systems" for the department of transfusion medicine intercompany (dimt) of the province of padova.
TM]-1000: A programmable Control Module, Docking Station and Disposable Cartridge used in the cGMP harvesting of the buffy coat, which contains the stem and progenitor cells, from units of placental cord blood.
At three separate institutions, an hCG-negative plasma sample with undetectable hCG on the Unicel DxI was identified, transferred to an aliquot tube, spiked with a leukocyte-enriched buffy coat (125 [micro]L added to 700 [micro]L plasma), and returned to the original PST.
Borrelia species were detected in Giemsa-stained thin blood smears by microscopy and quantitative buffy coat analysis (Becton Dickinson, Le Pont de Claix, France) when available (4).
Atoxoplasmosis has been difficult to diagnose using buffy coat and organ impression smear examinations or histopathologic examination of tissues at necropsy.
Starting from fresh or frozen blood, buffy coat, and soon tissue or cells, these new TruTip kits extract superior quality gDNA simultaneously from eight to 96 samples in just 57 minutes.
Not that it isn't sufficiently, well, "clinical" to fit the bill; it is a rigorously scientific discussion of Quantitative Buffy Coat Analysis hematology, and the science and technology related to it, by an outstanding physician who has had a parallel career as an inventor of such instrumentation and developer of ever-more innovative applications for it.
Genomic DNA was extracted from patients' buffy coat samples according to the blood and body fluid protocol of the QIAamp DSP DNA Blood Mini Kit.
DNAstable Blood provides long-term stabilization and storage for unextracted DNA in whole blood or buffy coat samples at ambient room temperature.
The new kit, optimized to work on the Maxwell[R] 16 instrument, eliminates the need for a buffy coat step while providing exponentially higher concentration in less time with parallel purity.
The department requires an instrument for the high throughput isolation of DNA and RNA from a wide range of sources including, but not exclusively, blood, bone marrow, buffy coat, plasma, serum, fresh tissue and FFPE biopsies more fully described in Section 3 of this tender.