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Isolation of microvesicles and exosomes by microfiltration and estimation of normal reference range in blood plasma. / Grant, Ryan; Inal, Jameel.

2012. Poster session presented at Microvesiculation and Disease, a Biochemical Society Focused Meeting, London, United Kingdom.

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Grant, R & Inal, J 2012, 'Isolation of microvesicles and exosomes by microfiltration and estimation of normal reference range in blood plasma.' Microvesiculation and Disease, a Biochemical Society Focused Meeting, London, United Kingdom, 13/09/12 - 14/09/12, .

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Grant, R., & Inal, J. (2012). Isolation of microvesicles and exosomes by microfiltration and estimation of normal reference range in blood plasma.. Poster session presented at Microvesiculation and Disease, a Biochemical Society Focused Meeting, London, United Kingdom.

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Grant R, Inal J. Isolation of microvesicles and exosomes by microfiltration and estimation of normal reference range in blood plasma.. 2012. Poster session presented at Microvesiculation and Disease, a Biochemical Society Focused Meeting, London, United Kingdom.

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Grant, Ryan ; Inal, Jameel. / Isolation of microvesicles and exosomes by microfiltration and estimation of normal reference range in blood plasma. Poster session presented at Microvesiculation and Disease, a Biochemical Society Focused Meeting, London, United Kingdom.

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abstract = "Current protocols for the isolation of microvesicles (MVs) and exosomes, which in the main focus on differential centrifugation, vary considerably (1). In an attempt to set a new standard, we describe a filtration protocol for isolating phosphatidylserine-positive MVs (larger than 100 nm in diameter) and exosomes. The key preparative step to successfully isolate both MVs and exosomes to a high degree of purity was a gentle sonication to break up exosome clumps. Filtration through a 100 nm pore size Millipore filter allowed for collection of exosomes in the filtrate. The larger MVs could then be recovered from the filter. Annexin V-PE MVs were sized and quantified using Polysciences Polybead Microspheres (200 nm) and BDTrucount tubes, respectively on a FACS CaliburTM flow cytometer. The normal reference range from normal human donors was found to be 0.51-2.82 x105 MVs/ml. Freeze/thawing of samples had little effect on MV counts and with age MV levels seemed only marginally reduced. Fasting status also affected MV levels, appearing up to 3-fold higher in fasting individuals. Smokers had lower MV counts and nicotine reduced MV release from THP-1 cells.",
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N2 - Current protocols for the isolation of microvesicles (MVs) and exosomes, which in the main focus on differential centrifugation, vary considerably (1). In an attempt to set a new standard, we describe a filtration protocol for isolating phosphatidylserine-positive MVs (larger than 100 nm in diameter) and exosomes. The key preparative step to successfully isolate both MVs and exosomes to a high degree of purity was a gentle sonication to break up exosome clumps. Filtration through a 100 nm pore size Millipore filter allowed for collection of exosomes in the filtrate. The larger MVs could then be recovered from the filter. Annexin V-PE MVs were sized and quantified using Polysciences Polybead Microspheres (200 nm) and BDTrucount tubes, respectively on a FACS CaliburTM flow cytometer. The normal reference range from normal human donors was found to be 0.51-2.82 x105 MVs/ml. Freeze/thawing of samples had little effect on MV counts and with age MV levels seemed only marginally reduced. Fasting status also affected MV levels, appearing up to 3-fold higher in fasting individuals. Smokers had lower MV counts and nicotine reduced MV release from THP-1 cells.

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