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Insertion d'un échantillon dans une machine de FACS (Fluorescent Activated Cell Sorting)

Inserting a sample into a FACS (fluorescence-activated cell sorting) machine used to characterise the infected cells (lymphocytes) of patients with the marker CD32+. This machine makes it possible to view the cells and analyse their specific surface markers by using fluorochrome-conjugated antibodies directed against the markers of interest. The aim is to analyse and characterise these CD32+ cells in detail.

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