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Improving Immune Cell Processing Efficiency

A closed, automated system washes and concentrates cells destined for cell therapies and beyond.






Producing immune cells for cell therapies requires high efficiency processing that results in contaminant- and error-free end products. Small closed-cell processing systems allow scientists to wash and concentrate cells quickly in a controlled, automated environment. Using this technology, they can recover high volumes of viable cells that maintain cellular phenotype.

Download this application note from Thermo Fisher Scientific to learn how an automated counterflow centrifugation system processes human natural killer (NK) cells while retaining their viability and activity.