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My lab has frozen peripheral blood mononuclear leukocytes which are contaminated by gram positive rods. These cells are extremely important and we are looking for a way to transform these cells into a B-Lymphoblastoid immortal cell line while at the same time getting rid of the gram positive rods. The source of this contamination is from the ficoll-hypaque used during blood processing. We have tried a 2 week pen/strep routine with poor results. Can anyone recommend an antibiotic regiment or strategy for eliminating this bacteria? Any help is greatly appreciated!
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