CellRaft® Technology helps scientists overcome the limitations of current technologies for cell sorting, single cell cloning, growing organoids, and isolation, providing significant cost-savings, increased viability, and high outgrowth.
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Customer Labs Who Have Cited CellRaft Technology
max planck institute
Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, MO
University of North Carolina Chapel Hillv
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
What Customers Say About CellRaft Technology
"We can now easily identify thousands of single organoids with various morphologies (size, shape, complexity) and isolate hundreds in less than an hour. We also use the CellRaft AIR System for cloning of transgenic or CRISPR-edited human intestinal stem cells. Prior to the air system, the efficiency of isolating clonal lines was very inefficient because of the low throughput. Now we can isolate hundreds or thousands of clonal organoids in an unprecedented short amount of time compared to before."
"Several adherent lines tested in the lab do not survive sorting at high pressure and their outgrowth is poor when sorted singly in plates. Manually limiting dilution was previously the only process for obtaining clones; however, we can now utilize the CellRaft AIR® system for adherent lines as well."
"We recommend the CellRaft Technology for our colleagues struggling with single cell isolation. Even with help from FACS, although single cell clones could be obtained, from our experiences, CellRaft not only speeds up this process by providing many more clones but more importantly, the unique monitoring process provided by CellRaft supplies additional information for every single clone with a higher quality of clones ."
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No more limiting dilution. Grow more colonies. Save time and money.
CellRaft Technology offers an affordable, automated solution to an otherwise labor-intensive workflow while maintaining cell health, providing time-course imaging for clonal verification, and delivering automated isolation of cells, colonies or organoids.
Development of Monoclonal Cell Lines - Available Technologies and Overcoming Challenges
Have you ever wondered what impacts the viability and survival rate of your clones after a single cell cloning protocol? This white paper provides an overview of current methods for creating monoclonal lines from single cells and discusses the challenges and tips on how to overcome them.