Blood and bone marrow both play a significant role in the search to find a cure for many hematologic diseases. Whole blood and blood derivatives such as peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs), plasma, and serum are widely used in drug and therapeutic discovery. Researchers are also discovering that there are a number of ways for bone marrow to be used, including studies in toxicology, cell isolation, tissue regeneration, and genetics. Additionally, they use bone marrow to rule out compounds for future in vivo testing and in biomarker identification and validation. Fresh bone marrow, bone marrow mononuclear cells (BMMCs), and isolated cells such as CD34+ or CD138+ are a few of the available bone marrow derivatives available from Conversant Bio.
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Does this sound familiar? You’ve just left a planning meeting, and you’ve been tasked with finding the human biospecimens that your team will need to carry out the project. Great you think! If...Read more