cell biology

Efficient Pluripotent Stem Cell Preparation for Downstream Applications

Explore how to minimize error while dissociating cells and spheroids.

To prepare pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) on a large scale for cell therapy applications, scientists must carefully dissociate aggregates while minimizing error. This is typically done in a water bath, which can contaminate PSC samples. Dissociating cells and spheroids in a closed system reduces the risk of error and processes samples more quickly than a water bath.

Download this application note from Thermo Fisher Scientific to learn how an automated counterflow centrifugation system dissociates PSC spheroids in a closed-system environment to minimize contamination risks.

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