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Percoll PLUS is a silica-based colloidal medium for cell separation by density gradient centrifugation. The silica particles of the medium are covalently coated with silane, providing product stability and long shelf life. The silane coating also provides low osmolality and toxicity, as well as low viscosity.

Percoll PLUS has low levels of endotoxins, which makes it suitable for cell separation during in vitro clinical research1 applications. Cell separation with the medium is performed under gentle conditions, facilitating the isolation of a variety of cells, subcellular particles, and viruses where preservation of viability and morphological integrity is important.

The low toxicity of Percoll PLUS ensures that removal of the medium from separated cellular particles is not usually necessary. After adjustment, Percoll PLUS forms iso-osmotic gradients within the density range of 1.0 to 1.3 g/ml. This density range is especially useful since most cells, subcellular particles, and viruses have a buoyant density of 1.0 to 1.2 g/ml in Percoll PLUS.

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Percoll PLUS is a silica-based colloidal medium for cell separation by density gradient centrifugation. The silica particles of the medium are covalently coated with silane, providing product stability and long shelf life. The silane coating also provides low osmolality and toxicity, as well as low viscosity.

Percoll PLUS has low levels of endotoxins, which makes it suitable for cell separation during in vitro clinical research1 applications. Cell separation with the medium is performed under gentle conditions, facilitating the isolation of a variety of cells, subcellular particles, and viruses where preservation of viability and morphological integrity is important.

The low toxicity of Percoll PLUS ensures that removal of the medium from separated cellular particles is not usually necessary. After adjustment, Percoll PLUS forms iso-osmotic gradients within the density range of 1.0 to 1.3 g/ml. This density range is especially useful since most cells, subcellular particles, and viruses have a buoyant density of 1.0 to 1.2 g/ml in Percoll PLUS.

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    Percoll PLUS 1L
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    Percoll PLUS 250 ML
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