Resources

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In addition to our technical Support team, we offer a variety of resources to enhance and inform your experience with the CellRaft technology and the AIR system.

Whether you’re interested in the latest scientific research using our products, or looking for tips and best practices for your own research, you’ll find a wealth of information here.

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Papers & Publications – Review publications using the CellRaft technology for demonstrations of the various uses for the CellRaft AIR System and our CellRaft Arrays.

Webinars – Cell Microsystems offers a number of webinars featuring the CellRaft technology and applications to various research, including CRISPR, genome editing and single cell sorting and analysis..

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Brochures – Looking for more information on our CellRaft AIR System or CellRaft Arrays? Download one of our brochures for more details.

Manuals – Manuals for our CellRaft AIR System and CellRaft Arrays describe the features and methods for use of each respective product. You can download them here.

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Raft Notes – RaftNotes are applications and protocols for use with the CellRaft Technology. These publications cover materials and methods, tips, tricks, examples, and unique array formats that help our users achieve their best research results.

Patents – Cell Microsystems actively pursues patent protection for its innovative products and methods of using them.

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Go with the Flow: Shear Stress Enhances Physiological Relevance

In vivo, most cell types exist surrounded by moving fluid that influences their phenotype and function. The flow created from moving fluids creates shear stress, which can influence cytokine production, polarization, transcription factor expression, organization, and morphology of many cell types (Tzima, E., 2005, Shi, X., 2016, Chen, C., 2014).

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