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Automated Label-free White Blood Cell Isolation Technology

A microfluidics-based approach can replace labor-intensive gradient separation protocols for separating white blood cells from human peripheral blood




Cell separation plays a vital role in developing therapeutic approaches. Despite its labor-intensiveness and variability, gradient separation remains the primary method for cell isolation due to a perceived lack of viable alternatives. This presents a problem, as gradient separation is a manual process that cannot be scaled to meet increasing throughput demands in both research and clinical laboratories.

Download this poster from MicroMedicine to learn about a new automated microfluidics-based method for label-free isolation and concentration of white blood cells from whole blood.