Centrifuge-less Immuno-staining of Cells for Superior Viability, Recovery & Data
In this webinar, Dr Sue Reynolds, who has over 25 years of experience in the Life Sciences market with extensive expertise in flow cytometry shares her take on how Laminar Wash can overcome challenges in sample preparation.
Notably, if you are working with challenging sample types, the chances of obtaining compromised samples after sample preparation are high. Sample preparation heavily influences the consistency and reproducibility of results, therefore playing an important role in generating optimal data.
Get to know how you can benefit from workflow improvements and higher quality data by replacing centrifugation with Laminar Wash technology in your sample preparation.
Key points covered in this webinar:
Damages that centrifugation can cause to your cell samples and data (2:36)
Introduction to the working principles and products of Laminar Wash technology (11:45)
Samples prepared using Laminar Wash generate superior data compared to those prepared using traditional centrifugation (19:19)
Preparation of infectious samples is made safe and efficacious using Laminar Wash technology by decreasing the potential of aerosolization (27:13)
Benefits of centrifuge-less sample preparation using Laminar Wash can be applied in various applications (34:10)
- Flow cytometry and immunophenotyping
- COVID-19 vaccine research
- Single-cell genomics and proteogenomics
- Partial or complete workflow automation