Akadeum Microbubbles and Buoyancy Activated Cell Separation (BACSTM)
The isolation of highly purified cells has become a necessity for life science research. Cell isolation is utilized in everything from the simple removal of red blood cells from samples to CAR T-cell therapy.
Cells are commonly isolated using either magnetic activated cell separation (MACS®) or fluorescence activated cell sorting (FACS). These techniques are well established yet have limitations and there is a growing desire for an alternative.
Akadeum Life Sciences has created that alternative with buoyant microbubbles and Buoyancy Activated Cell Separation (BACS).
Download this guide and learn:
- What is buoyancy and how does it work?
- What are Akadeum microbubbles?
- How to use Akadeum microbubbles
- Microbubble performance vs. magnetic performance