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Roche Siemens Abbott Beckman Coulter Ortho

Blood analysing automated sample delivery with Inpeco chain

Lieven Gevaert, Bio-ir

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Clinical Diagnostics


The Binding Site Group

Immunodiagnostic Systems Merck

Olympus Corporation Nova Century

Scientific Thermo Fisher Scientific

DiaSorin Randox Laboratories

About Osteoclasts

Differentiation of mononuclear cells towards osteoclasts, but don’t yield information concerning the bone resorptive action of the osteoclasts formed.

The action of the osteoclasts is quantified in the pit formation assay. With this particular pupose, the co-culture and disease of cells have been done as described for assays described above with the difference that a bone-like substrate is found in the base of the well where the co-culture is done.

The co-culture is done on the bone such as substrate for 14 times. Cells are then eliminated by treatment with sodium hypochlorite and also the area resorbed from the osteoclasts (the resorption pit) could be evaluated microscopically. The treatment of the surface of the dentin slit can facilitates this with blue. In another assay set up, the consequence of this disease of the osteoclast precursor cells (PBMCs or BMMCs) using a TARGET virus onto its being able to distinguish towards an osteoclast is quantified in a monoculture assay. 1 day after seeding, the cells have been contaminated with TARGET Ad-siRNAs. Four days after infection, recombinant RANKL is inserted into the wells (25ng/ml, R&D programs ). Twice per week, Moderate is refreshed. Fourteen days following addition of RANKL, this monocytes towards osteoclasts’ distinction is quantified using one of those readouts clarified for the assay setup. This enables the identification of variables which are crucial for precursor cells’ reaction into RANKL or M-CSF. PBMC isolation PBMCs are derived from peripheral blood.

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