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Articles by Ryan Lee in JoVE
A Non-invasive Way to Isolate and Phenotype Cells from the Conjunctiva Tanima Bose1, Aihua Hou2, Ryan Lee2, Louis Tong2,3,4,5, K. George Chandy1 1Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University, 2Singapore Eye Research Institute, 3Singapore National Eye Center, 4Duke-NUS Medical School, 5Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine The exposed normal ocular surface consists of cornea and conjunctiva. Epithelial cells, goblet cells and immune cells are present in the conjunctiva. Here, a non-invasive, technique of impression cytology is described using an impression cytology device and flow cytometry to analyze immune cells in the conjunctiva.