Hollow-fibre affinity cell separation
The developing fields of cell and tissue engineering will require cost-effective technologies for delivery of cells to patients. Hollow-fibre affinity cell separation is a monoclonal antibody-based cell separation process whereby monoclonal antibody (ligand) is immobilised onto a stationary substrate, the luminal surface of a parallel array of hollow fibres. Deposited cells are fractionated on the basis of adhesion strength using hollow fibre geometry that generates a well-defined shear stress...[Show more]
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