Human PBMCs (Fresh)

Description Product Code Price Quantity Add to Cart
Fresh Human PBMC, 200-250 million cells/vial
Fresh Human PBMC, 350-400 million cells/vial
Fresh Human PBMC, 500-600 million cells/vial
Fresh Human PBMC, 700-900 million cells/vial
Fresh Human PBMC, 1000-1200 million cells/vial-mix donors

Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMCs) is any blood cell with a single nucleus. These blood cells are a critical component in human immune system to fight pathogen. PBMCs consist of lymphocytes (T, B and NK cells), monocytes and dendritic cells. PBMCs are widely used in research fields including immunology, infectious diseases and hematological malignancies etc. For San Diego County end users, iXCells Biotechnologies offers same day delivery of fresh PBMCs. Freshly drawn human peripheral blood samples will be processed in the morning and isolated PBMCs will be delivered on ice in early afternoon. Overnight shipping is available for the rest of the Continental United States.

Table 1. Average cell frequencies from enriched PBMC fractions .

  Cell Type

  Frequency (%) in PBMC



  CD3+ T-cells


  CD4+ T-cells


  CD8+ T-cells


  CD19+ B cells



 Table 2. Donor information 


All donors screened with basic health questionnaire and properly consented.  Blood samples screened for human pathogens including HIV-1/2, HBV, and HCV.

Donors with any of the following will be excluded from donating

  • Pregnancy
  • History of heart, lung, liver, or kidney disease
  • History of asthma
  • Blood and bleeding disorders including sickle cell disease
  • Neurologic disorders
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes

Note: Same day processing fee is required for each preparation. This charge might be reduced if another preparation is scheduled on the same day. Please check with our customer support for pre-scheduled preparation on the desired delivery day.

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Cell System Hematopoietic Cell System
Cell Type Immune Cells AND Hematopoietic Cells
Species Human (Normal)