Centrifuge-less Whole Blood Staining with Laminar Wash in Biosafety Cabinet
Immunophenotyping of whole blood samples using flow cytometry provides valuable pre-clinical and clinical information. Using a centrifuge to process whole blood samples compromises sample quality due to low cell retention and viability. Laminar Wash systems gently retain precious cells without a centrifuge, which is especially true for rare or sensitive immune cell populations.
In this video, you will get a full rundown on how to incorporate and maintain the Laminar Wash HT 2000 System into your whole blood processing workflow. As demonstrated by our scientist in the video, setting up of the Laminar Wash HT 2000 System is straightforward, including pre-programmed priming steps. Importantly, the Laminar Wash HT 2000 System allows for whole blood samples to be processed entirely in the Biosafety Cabinet.