The Automation Partnership (TAP) will be showing its full range of stem-cell processing automation at the International Society of Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) Conference.
TAP will display its Cell Celector for cell picking and transfer of stem cells into plates, along with its Compact Cellbase, which automatically controls the simultaneous culture of different stem-cell lines in up to 90 T-flasks.
The cells expanded on Compact Cellbase can then be analysed by Cell-IQ, the live-cell observation and analysis system that automatically monitors and quantifies changes in cell morphology and distribution, without using any labels or dyes.
On the stand, TAP's stem-cell experts will be available for discussions on how its systems can perform together in a stem-cell research environment.
Additionally, there will be specialists on hand from TAP's Advanced Projects Group to discuss how TAP's existing products can be adapted to fit new applications, or to consider ideas for designing new systems for stem-cell research processes that are difficult to perform manually.