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    Julia Salazar Gustavsson

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  1. Hi! Generally a limited amount of erythrocytes is likely to have little or no effect on ELISpot results. However, as the assay is dependent on the cytokine-secreting cells being in relatively close contact with the antibody coated membrane and erythrocytes may compete for space, there is a limit to how much erythrocytes you can have before they start to interfere. So, even if it - in most cases - would work just fine, the risk is that you will have varying amounts of “contaminating” erythrocytes in different cell preparations and therefore it may be safest to still try to remove them. Apar
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