Cloning cells after gene editing is a labor-intensive process because of issues around cell viability, clonality and overall cell culture efficiency.

In this webinar, Jacquelyn DuVall, PhD, lead for Cellular and Genomics Applications at Cell Microsystems, and William Buchser, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Genetics at the Washington University School of Medicine, discuss how the CellRaft AIR System provides an imaging-based workflow that supports single cell viability and allows independent clonal colony growth in a matter of days instead of months.

The system also supports imaging-based phenotyping prior to isolation of single cells and clonal colonies for CRISPR screening applications. Watch the webinar on demand below.