For a long time, the separation of cells into various subcellular components has been the foundation of cell biology research. Subcellular separation techniques have been widely used to study the structure and function of organelles and subcellular compartments, as well as to understand the localization, processing, and transport of biomolecules. Most separation techniques aim to obtain functional organelles and macromolecules in cells, at which point they still retain their inherent biochemical characteristics. This is typically achieved by using gentle mechanical methods or mild detergents to disrupt cells, followed by differential centrifugation to separate the cell components.
Bone Marrow Cell
Tumor infiltrating tissue