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Murine Spleen Cells

Murine bone marrow cells

Murine splle cells are derived from the spleen of mice. The spleen is an important organ in the immune system as it produces immune cells. Murine spleen cells are commonly used in research studies to investigate various aspects of immunology, including immune cell function, immune responses, and the development of diseases.

Murine spleen cells are a heterogeneous population consisting of various cell types, including lymphocytes (such as T cells, B cells, and natural killer cells), macrophages, dendritic cells, and other immune cells. These cells play crucial roles in immune surveillance, antigen presentation, antibody production, and immune regulation.

Murine spleen cells are a valuable tool in immunology research, allowing study various aspects of the immune system. These cells provide insights into immune cell function, immune responses, and the development of diseases. By using techniques such as flow cytometry, gene expression analysis, and functional assays, researcher can gain a deeper understanding of the complex mechanisms underlying the immune system’s functions.