Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) can be used to study the stability of exosomes, and determine appropriate storage conditions under which aggregates are less likely to form. Here, an LM10 is used to measure the size and concentration of exosomes after storage at two different temperatures, 4°C and room temperature.
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