CompacT SelecT™ SC Automated stem cell culture system

Manufacturer TAP Biosystems
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  • Application Area: Stem Cell Culture

"This product is easy to use and effective. My stem cells have never looked so great and it was extremely easy to culture them."

Review date: 27 Nov 2014 | CompacT SelecT™ SC Automated stem cell culture system
CompacT SelecT SC cultures multiple stem cell lines in parallel in T-Flasks and plates without cross contamination. Offers reliable and consistent maintenance, expansion and differentiation of stem cell lines.

CompacT SelecT™ is the leading automated cell culture system, used in labs across commercial and academic life science. It is now available with new options to enable the culturing of complex cell lines for oncology programmes, stem cell research and toxicity studies.

CompacT SelecT SC provides a solution for core stem cell facilities and academic labs conducting basic stem cell research programs. Can also be used as a platform for the provision of stem cells for drug discovery screening programs and cell therapy research programs.

CompacT SelecT grows cells from multiple cell lines in T-flasks for cell line maintenance and expansion. It can generate assay-ready plates on demand for cell-based screening and assay development.


CompacT SelecT™ SC Automated stem cell culture system Automates:

  • Expansion and maintenance of multiple cell lines
  • Sub culturing
  • Expanding cell numbers through the seeding of a number of flasks
  • Transient transfection
  • Harvesting and plating of cells for assays and screening
  • Harvesting of cells in flasks for off-line processing
  • Incubation of up to 90 T 175 format flasks and 210 plates
  • Cell counting and viability measurement
  • Processing of single, Triple and 10 layer (HYPERFlask) flasks
  • Plating into 96 and 384-well plates