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Title Magnetic cell separation / edited by M. Zborowski, J.J. Chalmers.

Published Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier, 2008.

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Physical description xviii, 454 pages, 14 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour).
polychrome rdacc
Series Laboratory techniques in biochemistry and molecular biology ; v. 32.
Laboratory techniques in biochemistry and molecular biology ; v. 32.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter 1 Magnetic susceptibility / Maciej Zborowski 1 -- 1.1 Mass and volume magnetic susceptibilities 3 -- 1.2 Molar magnetic susceptibility 4 -- 1.3 Magnetic susceptibilities in CGS and SI systems of units 5 -- 1.4 Bulk magnetic susceptibility of a mixture 7 -- 1.5 Volume magnetic susceptibility and Bohr magneton 9 -- 1.6 Multiphase magnetic suspensions 14 -- 1.7 Magnetic phase separation 16 -- Chapter 2 Magnetic formulary / Maciej Zborowski 29 -- 2.1 Langevin theory of paramagnetism 29 -- 2.2 Paramagnetic substances: lanthanide solutions 32 -- 2.3 Paramagnetic substances: hemoglobin and its derivatives 33 -- 2.4 Superparamagnetic particles and ferrofluids 35 -- 2.5 Ferromagnetism and magnetic properties of iron 38 -- 2.6 Diamagnetism 45 -- 2.7 Magnetic field vectors 46 -- 2.8 Magnetic field magnitude 47 -- 2.9 Magnetic field sources 48 -- 2.10 Field gradients 49 -- 2.11 Magnetic field lines 51 -- 2.12 Magnetic field in matter 53 -- Chapter 3 Maxwell stress and magnetic force / Maciej Zborowski 63 -- 3.3 Magnetic force acting on a small, magnetically susceptible particle (diamagnetic and paramagnetic materials) 66 -- 3.4 Magnetic force on a small particle acting as a permanent magnetic dipole (ferromagnetic materials) 68 -- 3.5 Potential energy of an elementary magnetic dipole 68 -- 3.6 Magnetic field-induced particle motion 70 -- 3.7 Magnetic pathlines 71 -- 3.8 Cell deposition contour surfaces 76 -- Chapter 4 Basic magnetic field configurations / Maciej Zborowski 81 -- 4.2 Infinite cylinder 81 -- 4.3 Sphere and a slack of spheres 86 -- 4.4 Interpolar gap 88 -- 4.5 Isodynamic field 95 -- 4.6 Quadrupole field 98 -- 4.7 Other magnet configurations 101 -- Chapter 5 Magnetophoresis / Maciej Zborowski 105 -- 5.1 Magnetophoretic mobility 105 -- Chapter 6 Synthesis and characterization of nano- and micron-sized iron oxide and iron particles for biomedical applications / Shlomo Margel, Tammy Lublin-Tennenbaum, Sigalit Gura, Merav Tsubery, Udi Akiva, Nava Shpaisman, Anna Galperin, Benny Perlstein, Polina Lapido, Yonit Boguslavsky, Jenny Goldshtein, Ofra Ziv 119 -- 6.2 Maghemite nanoparticles of narrow size distribution 123 -- 6.3 Air-stable iron nanocrystalline particles 135 -- 6.4 Solid and hollow maghemite/polystyrene and silica/maghemite/polystyrene micron-sized composite particles of narrow size distribution 146 -- 6.5 Magnetic/nonmagnetic polystyrene/poly(methyl methacrylate) hemispherical composite micron-sized particles 154 -- Chapter 7 Biocompatibility and toxicity of magnetic particles / Urs O. Hafeli, Jennifer Aue, Jaime Damani 163 -- 7.2 Definition of toxicity and biocompatibility 165 -- 7.3 Particle characteristics that influence toxicity 168 -- 7.4 Testing for particle toxicity and biocompatibility 178 -- 7.5 Immunogenicity of biological targeting reagents 197 -- 7.6 Legal standards for toxicity testing 203 -- Chapter 8 Analytical magnetic techniques in biology / Jeffrey J. Chalmers, Lee R. Moore 225 -- 8.2 Measurements of magnetic susceptibility 225 -- 8.3 Measurements of magnetophoretic mobility: cell-tracking velocimetry (CTV) 226 -- 8.4 Simultaneous measurements of sedimentation rate and magnetophoretic mobility 233 -- 8.5 Magnetophoretic mobility and antibody binding capacity (ABC) 235 -- 8.6 Antibody-magnetic nanoparticle binding to cells 238 -- 8.7 Effect of antibody labeling concentration (antibody titration) on magnetophoretic mobility 243 -- Chapter 9 Preparative applications of magnetic separation in biology and medicine / Jeffrey J. Chalmers, Xiaodong Tong, Oscar Lara, Lee R. Moore 249 -- 9.2 Examples of positive selection 251 -- 9.3 Depletion of undesirable cells 251 -- 9.4 Enrichment of rare cells by depletion of normal cells 255 -- Chapter 10 Commercial magnetic cell separation instruments and reagents / Maciej Zborowski 265 -- 10.1 Invitrogen DYNAL Magnetic Particle Concentrator 268 -- 10.2 R&D Systems Immunicon MagCellect Ferrofluid 271 -- 10.3 Miltenyi Biotec GmbH 273 -- 10.4 StemCell Technologies, Inc. 279 -- 10.5 Immunicon Corporation 284 -- 10.6 BD Biosciences 287 -- Chapter 11 Worked examples of cell sample preparation and magnetic separation procedures / Maciej Zborowski, Lee R. Moore, Kristie Melnik, Ying Jing 293 -- 11.1 Dynal T Cell Negative Isolation Kit 293 -- 11.2 Dynal CD34 Progenitor Cell Selection System 297 -- 11.3 Miltenyi Biotec MACS T Cell Isolation Kit II (human) 303 -- 11.4 Miltenyi Biotec Direct CD34 Progenitor Cell Isolation Kit 308 -- 11.5 MACS Progenitor Cell Kit performance evaluation 316 -- 11.6 Post-separation analyses in other magnetic separation systems 323 -- Chapter 12 New challenges and opportunities / Maciej Zborowski, P. Stephen Williams, Lee R. Moore, Jeffrey J. Chalmers, Peter A. Zimmerman 331 -- 12.2 Magnetophoresis and magnetic capture of malaria-infected erythrocytes 332 -- 12.3 Magnetic flow cell sorting 345 -- 12.4 Magnetic field-flow fractionation 365 -- Appendix A Nomenclature, abbreviations, units, and conversion factors 413 -- A.3 Selected units and conversion factors 420 -- Appendix B Vector notation 421 -- Appendix C Magnetic body force and the Maxwell stresses 427 -- C.1 Magnetic body force and the Maxwell stresses 427 -- C.2 Maxwell stress on a sphere 428 -- C.3 Magnetic force on a particle in the limit of small particle size 436 -- C.4 Elastic body, discrete surface magnetization 440 -- Appendix D Volume magnetic susceptibilities of selected substances 443.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Other author Zborowski, M. (Maciej)
Chalmers, J. J. (Jeffrey J.)
ProQuest (Firm)
Subject Cell separation.
Magnetic separation.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780444527547 hardback
0444527540 hardback