New Robot for Automated Stem Cell and Colony Counting Holds Hope for Regenerative Medicine

1 March 2018

Professor George F. Muschler, M.D, Director of the Regenerative Medicine Laboratory at the Cleveland Clinic, describes an innovative robotic system for automated colony analysis and cell picking that holds great potential for faster development of treatments for injuries and degenerative diseases. The Cell X™ Robot incorporates a brightfield, phase contrast imaging system with automated fluid aspiration and delivery and provides a single environment to coordinate imaging, cell colony analysis, target identification and precise fluid and cell transfer. Hear how the system is being used to identify cartilage forming cells and other potential applications. Learn more about the Cell X™ Robot.