Does anyone know if the anti-eosinophil antibody will adhere to a
degranulated eosinophil or does the antibody only stick to the eosinophil
granules and not the cell itself?
I'm performing a differential count in a certain fluid and I'm highly
suspicious that many of the neutrophils are actually de-granulated
eosinophils (a bit larger, thicker, less segmented nuclei, etc). Is there
any other method to differentiate a neutrophils from a degranulated
eosinophil that I'm not aware of?
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