Nylon wool fiber can be used to separate leukocytes from peripheral blood and to separate T-cells from B-cells. Granulocytes and B-cells stick to the fibers, while T-cells and other cells do not.
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- Harmless-use normal precautions
- Exercise normal care
- Store at room temperature
- A2g - (hazard/handling/storage codes)