Human PBMCs

Peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) are a heterogenous mix of white blood cells each having a round nucleus. PBMCs are widely used in research and provide a useful tool for studying a broad range of immune responses in vitro.

Cambridge Bioscience has a close collaboration with a London-based, HTA-licensed clinic, dedicated to the collection and processing of human whole blood to PBMCs for research purposes. PBMCs are processed within 5 hours of blood collection for minimal degradation.

We also offer individual cryopreserved blood cells such as T-cells, dendritic cells and eosinophils.

Full resumption of UK service

Research Donors have now fully resumed their blood collection service for UK based researchers. If you are experiencing blood sourcing challenges, please contact our blood specialists to discuss your requirements.

These products are for research use only and not for any diagnostic, therapeutic, human or animal use. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have necessary licensing and ethics approvals in place for the use and storage of any human tissue related material supplied by Cambridge Bioscience.