Tag Archives: size exclusion chromatography

Nanosized UCMSC-derived extracellular vesicles exclusively inhibit the inflammatory response of stimulated T cells

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Undesired immune responses have drastically hampered outcomes after allogeneic organ transplantation and cell therapy, and also lead to inflammatory diseases and autoimmunity. Umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (UCMSCs) have powerful regenerative and immunomodulatory potential, and their secreted extracellular vesicles (EVs) ...

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Izon Science releases exosome isolation column

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Izon Science announces the release and immediate availability of its new analytical-scale exosome isolation column, the qEVsingle. Based on Size Exclusion Chromatography, the qEVsingle is designed to handle 100μL samples of biological fluids (blood plasma or serum, CSF, saliva, urine, ...

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Isolation of Exosomes from Blood Plasma – Qualitative and Quantitative Comparison of Ultracentrifugation and Size Exclusion Chromatography Methods

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Exosomes are emerging targets for biomedical research. However, suitable methods for the isolation of blood plasma-derived exosomes without impurities have not yet been described. Therefore, researchers from Semmelweis University, Hungary investigated the efficiency and purity of exosomes isolated with potentially ...

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Exosomes – isolation methods and specific markers

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from Labome by Konstantin Yakimchuk Various methods for isolation of exosomes from biological fluids have been developed. They include centrifugation, chromatography, filtration, polymer-based precipitation and immunological separation. Recent technical improvements in these methods have made the isolation process faster and ...

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