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Poli-L-lisine - Immunocytochemistry Forum. Discuss methods and immunocytochemistry techniques for cell suspension, cytospin, or cultured cells.


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Old 11-10-2011, 11:14 AM
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I'm trying to do a ppt about my job. I can't find how is the exactly action of Poli-L-Lisine for adhere the cells in my cover glasses.

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Poly-l-lysine is positively charged; membranes are negatively charged due to the presence of anionic lipids. Opposites attract...

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Poly-l-lysine is positively charged; membranes are negatively charged due to the presence of anionic lipids. Opposites attract...

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