NanoCellect launches new cell sorter

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

May 14, 2021 -- NanoCellect Biomedical announced it has scheduled a virtual launch for its Wolf G2 Cell Sorter.

The Wolf G2 Cell Sorter is the newest addition to the company's family of products and features simple and sterile cell sorting. The system is suited for use in research in academic and biopharma laboratories involved in single-cell genomics, gene editing, cell line development, immunology, infectious diseases, and general cell enrichment, according to the company.

The new version of the cell sorter features an increased number of lasers and fluorescent channels for sorting, allowing for a broader range of research applications. The Wolf G2 uses microfluidic cartridges that sort cells with low pressure, according to the firm.

The virtual launch and demonstration will be held at 10 a.m. PDT on May 18.

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NanoCellect Biomedical's Wolf G2 Cell Sorter. Image courtesy of NanoCellect.
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