This is a user-friendly, practical guide for anyone new to the techniques involved in separating cells. Readers are introduced to the background of the techniques using simple and direct language. Detailed, step-by-step generic protocols describe the stages involved in each method, as well as how the techniques can be modified to obtain good results. Attention is also focused on data interpretation and possible sources of errors and artifacts. Background theory is also included to allow an understanding of the methodology. This book also serves as an excellent reference for experienced workers in the field.
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