Streck Cell Preservative®

Streck Cell Preservative is an easy-to-use liquid preservative that maintains white blood cell integrity and allows CD markers to be measured through flow cytometric analysis. Streck Cell Preservative stabilizes peripheral and cord blood samples, surgical tissue samples, bone marrow and fine needle aspirates for up to 7 days prior to analysis by flow cytometry.



DescriptionCatalog Number
6 x 1.0 mL213350
50 x 1.0 mL213355
2 x 10.0 mL213358

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Cyto-Chex® Reagent Stabilizes Bone Marrow Cells and their Antigen Expression Profiles for Extended Analysis Using Flow Cytometry

Streck Cell Preservative is formerly known as Cyto-Chex

Cyto-Chex stabilized CD markers on the lymphocytes in bone marrow samples for up to 72 hours. The flow cytometric diagnosis is …

Flow Cytometry Products

We offer a comprehensive line of positive procedural controls and cellular stabilization products for immunophenotyping by flow cytometry. Our CD-Chex® quality controls provide you with assay values for various leukocyte populations, intracellular and surface markers, and our cellular stabilization products allow you to preserve samples for extended periods of time, eliminating the need for cold-chain shipping or immediate processing.

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