- High-quality beagle canine PBMCs, a commonly-used dog breed in research
- Used for a wide variety of immunology-based applications, including in-vitro immunoassays and ex-vivo applications, including population characterization
- All orders come with an iQ Certificate of Analysis
- Normally ships out same business day
Beagle Canine Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMCs)
About the Beagle Canine
The Beagle canine is the most commonly-used breed of dog for the study of cardiology, cancer, microbial pathogenesis, and immunology. Specifically, they have been used to study the pathogenesis of and response to Leishmania infantum, an intracellular parasite that can pose public health concerns. Specifically, PBMCs from beagles that are cultured in the presence of L. infantum can respond to the virus by proliferating. Therefore, beagle PBMCs may be used to study other types of immune responses and may also offer experimental advantages depending on the parameters of your experiments.
Beagles are also used in toxicity studies for a variety of therapeutics developed by pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
Application Summary for Beagle Canine PBMCs
Beagle canine PBMCs can be used for a wide variety of immunology-based applications. In-vitro immunoassays, such as proliferation assays are routinely performed using these cells. In addition, beagle canine PBMCs are used in ex-vivo applications, such as cell population characterization. Finally, beagle canine PBMCs are a good source of cells to test cross-reactivity of test molecules across a range of animals.
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