Cellular heterogeneity has important implications for health and disease. It governs both physiological responses to threats and pathological mechanisms for escaping the body’s natural defenses. However, studying cellular heterogeneity is difficult. Scientists must work with samples with low enough cell counts to enable single cell resolution. Moreover, perturbations can cause cellular properties to change. Researchers therefore strive to minimize cellular stress during sample isolation, preparation, and purification to preserve maximal viability and experimental accuracy. 

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  • The importance of cellular heterogeneity
  • Factors impacting sample viability during isolation
  • Alternative approaches to cell isolation and separation
  • Using Levitation Technology to prepare cell suspensions
  • How Levitation Technology enables new discoveries

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