Bone marrow is the site of new blood cell production. It is rich in hematopoietic progenitor cells and mesenchymal stromal cells, as well as newly developed white blood cell populations. Many cell types can be isolated from collected bone marrow for use in research and clinical therapeutic applications.
Bone marrow is collected from both living and cadaveric donors via repeated iliac crest puncture into ACD or heparin anticoagulant. Bone marrow product is filtered through a 150µM filter to remove bone particulates. Bone marrow from living or cadaveric donor can be ordered as collected or additional processing can be performed to isolate specific cell populations or cryopreserve the product. Testing is available to enumerate cell types such as CD34+ cells, mesenchymal stromal cells, or lymphocytes in the product prior to further processing and shipping, as needed. Technical Description PDF
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Custom collections from a pool of thousands of healthy donors.
Flowcytometry characterization of immune cells.
Research or GMP grade positive or negative cell selection procedures.
Flask or automated expansion services.
Controlled rate freezing using custom cryo-preservatives.
Monitored LN2 vapor phase storage of products and samples.
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