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Immunology and Infection

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A Non-invasive Way to Isolate and Phenotype Cells from the Conjunctiva
 

A Non-invasive Way to Isolate and Phenotype Cells from the Conjunctiva

Article DOI: 10.3791/55591
July 5th, 2017

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Summary July 5th, 2017

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.

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