When I did my MSc I look at Glutathione S Transferase in rbcs and
platelets (god if I know why, but it seemed a good idea at the time). I
harvested both cell types by floating out saline washed peripheral blood
on hypaque at different concentrations. The different cell types
'floated' on hypaque that was a different densities; I can't remember
what concentration of hypaque I used for platelets but if I can find the
slate that I wrote my research on I'll let you know; the University
probably now uses books in their Library.
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