The Universe Within a Blood Tube – Peripheral Blood and Its Components

The term peripheral blood corresponds to all the blood circulating through the body’s blood vessel system and not concentrated within a specific organ (e.g. liver, spleen). While peripheral blood analysis is a classic routine in clinical healthcare practice, its vast number of molecules and cellular components and the relatively easy and non-invasive collection method make…

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How to Choose the Right Biospecimen for Your Study?

December 2, 2020 When deciding on working with human biospecimens, it is essential to choose the type and format that best fits your project’s final goals. The type of materials (solid tissues/biofluids) and the format in which they are isolated and conserved will define the downstream applications they suit 1. The various types and formats…

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