Mouse Splenocytes

Type:Cell Products
SUBTYPE:Tissue-Derived Immune Cells
SPECIES:Mouse
STRAINS:129S1/SvImJ129S6/SvEvTacB6C3F1B6CBAF1/JB6SJLF1/JBALB/CC57BL/10ScSn-Dmdmdx/JC57BL/6C57BL/6JBomTacCBYB6F1CD-1 (ICR)DBA/2NCrlFVBMouserasH2 HemizygousSwiss Webster
DISEASE FOCUS:Normal Control Samples
DISEASE SUBCATEGORIES:
FORMAT:Cryopreserved (frozen)Fresh (cold)Non-Viable Cell Pellet (frozen)
APPLICATION & SPECIALITY USES:ADME-Toxicology Products and ServicesBiomarker DiscoveryCell Therapy/ Regenerative MedicineImmuno-oncology
Keywords:Immune CellsMononuclear CellsSplenocytes

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The mouse has long been considered to be the premier mammalian model system for genetic research. Scientists have looked to the mouse because of its close genetic and physiological similarities to humans, as well as the ease with which its genome can be manipulated and analyzed. Mouse models are available in a variety of unique inbred strains and genetically engineered mutants designed to study indications ranging from cancer and diabetes to alcoholism and even drug addiction

The spleen’s main function is to filter blood but it also plays an important role in mounting an immune response and contains white blood cells known as splenocytes. Splenocytes consist primarily of lymphocytes such as T cells and B cells and are isolated from the spleen via enzymatic and mechanical dissociation and density gradient centrifguation.

Used for a variety of applications, splenocytes are frequently utilized in drug discovery/development, assay validation/development, and other immunology applications.

 

  • Isolated from fresh spleen
  • Available in custom formats and aliquot sizes
  • Rigorous QC ensures consistent, reliable cell lots

 

Biohazard Info: This material should be handled as if capable of transmitting infectious agents. Please use universal precautions.

For in vitro use only.

Viability ≥ 70% via flow cytometry
Purity ≥ 85% via flow cytometry