Washing cells with a centrifuge is unreliable and unsafe.
How safe and consistent does this look?
Centrifugation. Flicking. Lots of manual steps. Why are you still washing suspension cells like this?
Eliminate centrifugation with Laminar Wash technology to wash your suspension cells for applications such as flow cytometry and single cell sequencing. Go from a manual, multi-step process to an easy one-step push of a button for washing. When a protocol says "wash 3x with centrifugation at 500 x g" it is not that simple as demonstrated by the video above. How many other variations do users introduce besides on the removal of supernatant?
Laminar Wash technology will:
Eliminate centrifugation steps
Treat your cells gently, unlike centrifugation
Retain less debris
Reduce the amount of clumping of cells
Bring more consistency and reproducibility to your process
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