Spotlight on scientists: overcoming the most challenging cell sorting applications

Spotlight on scientists: overcoming the most challenging cell sorting applications

Scientists share their stories about how the MACSQuant® Tyto® Cell Sorter has helped them facilitate their cellular investigations. Thanks to the closed and sterile cartridge and the gentle sorting mechanism, the MACSQuant Tyto is a great fit for multiple applications, from basic research through translational, and up to clinical and GMP-compliant workflows.

Enabling the first human clinical trial with iPSC-derived dopaminergic neurons to treat Parkinson’s disease
Daisuke Doi, PhD, Assistant Professor 
CiRA (Center for iPS Cell Research and Application), Kyoto, Japan
The next level of personalized medicine - fighting multiple cancer entities with antigen-specific T cells
Ali Mohamed, PhD, Vice President CMC
Immatics, Houston, USA
Broadening the spectrum of applications in flow cytometry core facilities
Marissa Fahlberg, PhD, Assistant Director
Flow Cytometry Core at Tulane University, New Orleans, USA
Sorting of rare SARS-CoV-2‒specific B cells
Patrick Wilson, PhD, Professor of Medicine, Principal Investigator
The University of Chicago, Chicago, USA
Biohazardous material sorted without concerns in a BSL1 lab
Mariane Schleimann, PhD, Project Manager, Postdoc
Department of Infectious Diseases, Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark
Improve your next generation sequencing results through gentle cell sorting
Quy Nguyen, PhD
University of California, Irvine, USA
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MACSQuant Tyto Cell Sorter

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