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Practical cell labeling with magnetite cationic liposomes for cell manipulation

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21255 43213 2010 6 PDF Available
Title
Practical cell labeling with magnetite cationic liposomes for cell manipulation
Abstract

Personalization of the cell culture process for cell therapy is an ideal strategy to obtain maximum treatment effects. In a previous report, we proposed a strategy using a magnetic manipulation device that combined a palm-top size device and a cell-labeling method using magnetite cationic liposomes (MCLs) to enable feasible personalized cell processing. In the present study, we focused on optimizing the MCL-labeling technique with respect to cell manipulation in small devices. From detailed analysis with different cell types, 4 pg/cell of MCL-label was found to be obtained immediately after mixing with MCLs, which was sufficient for magnetic cell manipulation. The amount of label increased within 24 h depending on cell type, although in all cases it decreased along with cell doubling, indicating that the labeling potential of MCLs was limited. The role of free MCLs not involved in labeling was also investigated; MCLs' role was found to be a supportive one that maximized the manipulation performance up to 100%. We also determined optimum conditions to manipulate adherent cells by MCL labeling using the MCL dispersed in trypsin solution. Considering labeling feasibility and practical performance with 103–105 cells for personalized cell processing, we determined that 10 μg/ml of label without incubation time (0 h incubation) was the universal MCL-labeling condition. We propose the optimum specifications for a device to be combined with this method.

Keywords
Cell manipulation; Magnetite cationic liposome (MCL); Magnetic cell labeling; Small-scale cell handling; Magnetic force
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Practical cell labeling with magnetite cationic liposomes for cell manipulation
Publisher
Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering - Volume 110, Issue 1, July 2010, Pages 124–129
Authors
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Subjects
Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering