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CellRaft ® AIR™ System

The CellRaft AIR System  enables workflows to image, sort and isolate viable single cells or clonal colonies. Download our CellRaft AIR System brochure to learn more.

CytoSort ®  Arrays

Companion to the CellRaft AIR, CytoSort Arrays allow gentle sorting of cells, resulting in cells that are more viable and have less perturbed phenotypes compared to traditional methods. Download the CytoSort Array brochure to get more information.

CRISPR & Cell Line Development

The CellRaft AIR System is a fully automated and hands-free imaging and isolation solution for limiting manual screening and cell manipulation efforts. 

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Eliminate doublets and debris by automated selection of the best single cells that maintain their native phenotype for downstream genomic analysis. 

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Stem Cells

The CellRaft AIR System’s Stem Cell Workflow can eliminate expensive additives and provide greater yields to accelerate the path to drug discovery and new therapies. 

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Accelerate your research by collapsing labor-intensive workflows onto the automated CellRaft AIR system.

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Tracking and traceability is critical for CROs. Using brightfield microscopy, the CellRaft AIR System identifies single cells and serially images over time to capture complete growth records of clonal development. 

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Interested in reading about our recent updates? RaftNotes are publications specifically for AIR System users that features application updates and product notes.

Automated Cloning for CRISPR Workflows Using the CellRaft AIR System

Gene editing workflows require transformation of a large number of cells, followed by isolation of individual cells from the larger population to establish clonal colonies. Given the large number of gene edits required for contemporary research and the labor-intensive components of the workflow, there is an unmet need to automate post-transformation cloning.

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