Sorting infectious material in your flow core facility?

As coronavirus continues to spread and efforts to develop vaccines intensify, researchers are turning to flow cytometry core facilities to sort infected cells. This means biosafety has once more become a critical concern for operators in those facilities. 

Samples, such as virus-infected human cells (e.g. from HIV-positive donors) or bacteria, can escape the fluidic system of a droplet-based cell sorter as aerosols and pose a potential threat to the operator. Mitigating this risk is of utmost importance for core facility operators.

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Microchip-based sorting of high-risk material

Download our poster and learn how the closed microfluidic system of the MACSQuant® Tyto® Cartridge helps to eliminate aerosol formation and to achieve higher biosafety for operators.
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