Making innovative tools that enable researchers to image, identify, and isolate viable single cells and clonal colonies
Researchers worldwide in the fields of CRISPR gene editing, oncology, stem cell biology, immunology and neurobiology use Cell Microsystems products, advancing sophisticated discovery across the life sciences.
The company’s CellRaft AIR® System addresses two widespread challenges facing scientists: the ability to actively select viable single cells or clonal colonies based on their phenotype, and match these cells to clonal expansion or molecular analyses. Cells are seeded, imaged, identified, and isolated on Cell Microsystem’s Cytosort® Arrays.
As an early-stage growth company, Cell Microsystems has secured both public and private funding to support its growth.
The company currently markets its products to researchers worldwide, and prides itself on being a customer-focused organization responsive to feedback and inspired to fuel deeper contributions to science.
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Cell Microsystems gratefully acknowledges financial support from the following organizations: Carolina Kickstart, Kickstart Innovation Fellowship, NIH – Small Business Innovation Research grants, North Carolina Department of Commerce, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, and NC IDEA.
Assay and Isolation of Single Proliferating CD4+ Lymphocytes Using an Automated Microraft Array Platform
Automated platform for cell selection and separation based on four-dimensional motility and matrix degradation
Microraft array-based platform for sorting of viable microcolonies based on cell-lethal immunoassay of intracellular proteins in microcolony biopsies
Automated sensing and splitting of stem cell colonies on microraft arrays
Single-cell whole-genome sequencing reveals the functional landscape of somatic mutations in B lymphocytes across the human lifespan