Human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (hPBMCs) are critical components of the innate and adaptive immune response and are useful tools for in-vitro and ex-vivo immunoassays, cytotoxicity and infectious disease studies, cancer research, and in drug development and discovery.
We isolate adult male (single donor) PBMCs from whole blood using Ficoll and density gradient centrifugation, and provide a cryopreserved, highly purified subset of these cell populations. Each unit of blood is tested for the standard FDA-required viral markers, and found negative for HbsAg, HIV-1/2 Ab, HCV Ab, HIV/HBV/HCV NAT, Syphilis (RPR), WNV NAT, and Zika NAT using FDA-approved methods. Our human peripheral blood mononuclear cells are negative for mycoplasma, fungi, and bacteria. Human PBMCs are characterized by flow cytometry; a certificate of analysis (CoA) is provided with each lot purchased.
Available fresh or frozen upon request. Frozen cells are cryopreserved in animal component-free CryoStor® CS10. Custom quantities available; choice of anticoagulant when order is placed. JangoCell’s adult male PBMC are collected from qualified, traceable donors; additional donor information may be available when you place your order. Custom options include choice of gender, age, race, HLA typing, smoking status, and disease state.
Peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) are also known as: Blood cells, immune cells, PBMC cells, mononuclear cells from peripheral blood, MNC-PB, peripheral mononuclear cells, PMNCs, mononuclear cells, and MNCs.
This cell product is intended for laboratory research purposes only. Not approved for use in human subjects or for clinical, diagnostic, or therapeutic use in animals or humans.
Human Material Precaution
Tissues used for cell isolation were acquired with informed consent and adhere to HIPAA standards for human privacy protection. All human biological material, including human cells, should always be handled as potentially infectious using at least Biosafety Level 2 precautions; we recommend that appropriate safety procedures be followed, using the same biosafety protocol used with known infectious material. Viral testing cannot prove the absence of a latent viral genome.
Note: Image shown is representative of the cell product described but may not show the actual purchased product.