The accumulation of specific cell types at a site of injury is a characteristic of the inflammatory response. Charles River offers models to assess the recruitment of inflammatory cells to the site of sterile inflammation. Thioglycollate peritonitis permits the evaluation of cellular recruitment into the peritoneal cavity, while our sponge granuloma model captures infiltrating cells and their secreted products in subcutaneously implanted sterile PVA sponges. In each model, the composition of the elicited population is evaluated by flow cytometry.
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Total Peritoneal Cells from Saline and Thioglycollate Injected Mice
Differential Cell Counts from Thioglycollate-Induced Peritonitis
*Model under development
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