Nathan Swami, Cirle Warren, Ali Rohani, Vahid Farmehini, Shayn Peirce-Cottler, Kenneth Brayman, Linda Langman, Walter Varhue, John Hudson Moore, Jennifer Kashatus, David Kashatus
CytoRecovery is bringing to market advanced microfluidic technology to enable cell biologists and other life science researchers to rapidly select and recover rare, homogeneous, viable cell subpopulations from tissue, blood and other biological samples. We are working to empower your laboratory with new cell separation capabilities for cell biology research. Our technology is unique in its ability to recover populations of specific cells based upon their biophysical properties in a sterile environment and without impacting the cells, enabling their maintenance and viability for further analysis and use in biomedical research. As the technology does not use cell markers, cells are recovered in their native, unbiased state, and previously undetected rare cell populations can be recovered – a powerful tool for advancing our new understanding of the tumor microenvironment.