Aerodynamically assisted bio-jetting of hematopoietic stem cells


The research reported in this communication demonstrates the emerging direct cell handling technology now widely referred to as aerodynamically assisted bio-jetting. This is a non-electric field driven approach which directly competes with bio-electrosprays. The technology in these investigations has been explored for the direct handling of live murine primary hematopoietic stem cells. The viability studies demonstrate the complete inertness of this technology for handling such cells for a wide range of applications in both basic biology and clinical medicine. Interestingly these studies pave the way for this technology to undergo development as a flow cell for utility as a sheathless cell most useful in flow cytometry.

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Journal Analyst
Volume 137
Issue number 6
Pages 1329-1333
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