Investigating Cancer Stem Cells with the S3™ Cell Sorter

912 views

|

February 21, 2017

"For more info, visit http://www.bio-rad.com/yt/2/S3e Assistant Professor Stacy Blain and PhD candidate Danielle Joseph, both at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center, are researching the potential role of cancer stem cells in multiple myeloma. Find out how the S3™ Cell Sorter allowed them to isolate an important subpopulation of cells and move forward with their project. The S3 Cell Sorter is the first truly walk-away automated cell sorter available to scientists. This easy-to-use system includes one or two lasers with up to four fluorescence detectors, making cell sorting accessible and affordable. Features and Benefits of the S3 Cell Sorter: • Simplified instrument setup — fully automated drop delay calculation, stream alignment, and droplet break-off monitoring enable precise 1–4 color sorting with minimal training • Compact design — dimensions of only 70 × 65 × 65 cm (2.3 × 2.1 × 2.1 ft) including onboard fluidics and temperature control system • 2-way cell sorting — sort two different defined populations at the same time • High speed and high purity — sort cells fast while maintaining high sensitivity and purity • Intuitive interface — user-friendly ProSort™ Software enables effortless instrument control and sort logic definition The S3e Cell Sorter is enhanced with the AutoGimbal™ System, which enables hands-free motorized nozzle tip alignment, driven completely by software http://www.bio-rad.com/en-us/product/s3e-cell-sorter?WT.mc_id=yt-GXD-ww-s3-20141212-nVsLxeT8Reg"

Cell Science

Keep up to date with all your favourite videos and channels.

Get personalised notifications on new releases and channel content by subscribing to the LabTube eNewsletter.