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Curiox - how to retain more cells for Single Cell Sequencing and proteogenomics ?

Nov 19, 2020

How many cells do you lose during multiple wash steps?

Single cell sequencing and proteogenomics can suffer from poor data quality due to clumping of cells, incomplete washing of cells leaving cell-free nucleic acids, and poor retention of low numbers of cells. Washing via centrifugation causes stress on the cells in samples and can cause erroneous gene expression results.
Learn how to:
• Enhance cell retention
• Improve cell viability and reduce stress on cells
• Reduce debris, background, artifacts and clogging

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Curiox Laminar Wash technology provides an advantage to scientists in processing suspension cells for flow cytometry, eliminating the usage of the centrifuge.

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