Laminar washing is a technique that prepares cells for acquisition and sorting, eliminating unbound antibodies while retaining cell surface markers. The result is cleaner, better data that doesn’t require centrifugation or flicking from staining and washing protocols.
In this webinar hosted by Curiox, learn from discovery oncology scientist, Dr. Christoph Eberle, as he describes how the technology helps his team isolate T cells for adoptive transfer and prepare tumor model tissue samples for the collection of robust immunophenotype characterization data, without added steps.
Christoph Eberle, PhD, MICR, FRSPH
Principal Scientist II, Discovery Oncology
Chyan Ying Ke, PhD
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