Improve your vaccine studies using techniques such as immunophenotyping and single cell genomics by using Laminar Wash™ technology.
Laminar Wash technology keeps samples in their native state by treating them gently.
Reduce aerosolization and enhance cell retention in your
See examples of enhanced cell retention, improved reproducibility
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CHANGE THE WAY YOU PROCESS CELLS TO
GET RELIABLY CONSISTENT DATA.
“We have used the DA-plate washer to develop a very consistent and time-efficient high throughput thymocyte activation assay.”
Joanna Brzostek, Ph.D., National University of Singapore
LAMINAR WASH TECHNOLOGY
Comparison of an immuno-staining workflow for the preparation of a single cell suspension for flow cytometry analysis. Laminar Wash technology is equally effective in washing but without the use of a centrifuge.
BENEFITS OF LAMINAR WASH FOR VACCINE DEVELOPMENT
Vaccine research and development have never been more critical for COVID-19 and other emerging diseases. The need for reliable immunological data is critical for vaccine development and clinical trials.
- Improve reproducibility between operators, times and locations
- Reduce aerosolization of potentially infectious samples
- Enhance cell retention
- Avoid the centrifuge
CENTRIFUGE-LESS RED BLOOD CELL LYSIS AND IMMUNOSTAINING WHOLE BLOOD FOR FLOW CYTOMETRY USING LAMINAR WASH™ TECHNOLOGY
DATA USING THE LAMINAR WASH SYSTEMS
Automated Laminar Washing Technology Delivers Good Consistency and Increased Retention of Low K]Input T Cell Numbers from Freshly Thawed PBMC
Improved retention compared to centrifugation. When processing a sample with a lower cell count (10,000 - 100,000 cells), Laminar Washing (datapoint in Red) led to retention of more cells than centrifugation (datapoint in Black). The cell count was compared between each additional cycle of Laminar Washing (9 rounds of 60uL wash buffer exchange) and 1 spin wash cycle.
Retention of More Total Cells and Monocytes with Laminar Wash Technology
Human PBMCs were processed with both Laminar Wash Technology and centrifugation washing methods. Laminar Wash (plate) tends to recover slightly more cells than the centrifugation method with the difference more pronounced with larger monocytes.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE LAMINAR WASH HT2000 SYSTEM
AUTOMATE YOUR FLOW CYTOMETRY WORKFLOW