A cell injection system designed to deliver small spatially-contained volumes while maintaining and promoting stem cell viability and functionality through controlled cooling
Sponsored by Harvard Apparatus
Small volume biological injections have traditionally been accomplished using thumb pressure on a hand-operated disposable syringe. Though this has been shown to be a workable situation in some cases, it has become clear that for protocol optimization, reproducibility, scale up and quantification, improved tools and methodology are required. Recent advances in syringe pump technology, with a particular eye toward small volume and cellular injections, have made tools such purpose designed tools a practical reality. The NanoCool Injection system described here is well suited for such applications.
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