How it works
Cell analysis and sorting by Celector® are based on our core technology: dynamic fractionation.
Suspended cells are aspirated into Celector®, where a stream of biocompatible fluid carries them in a capillary channel. In the liquid, cells undergo the Earth's gravity and the hydrodynamic effect of flow. Sheath fluids prevent the cells from touching the device walls.
Different cells are swept through the capillary at different velocities, and at the channel outlet cells are observed to assess their number and properties, and collected in purified fractions.
During the process, cells are not tagged, manipulated or altered, and they keep intact their quality, viability and staminality.
That's what you can do with Celector®, the first Cell Chromatographer in the world.