Methods and best practices for the development of single cells into colonies
21 Oct 2022

Single-cell clone generation remains a major bottleneck in cell engineering. Current practices vary from manual limiting dilution, to using a variety of high-speed cell sorters, or a combination of both.

Join us for a series of case studies highlighting how scientists struggling with generating clones were able to overcome common bottlenecks in their research. Labor burden, poor cell viability, low efficiency, and lack of clonality are just some of the hurdles these investigators faced in developing the cell lines that are necessary for downstream discovery.

Key learning objectives

  • Increasing efficiency in single cell workflows
  • Understanding of different methods for developing single cells into colonies
  • How to get more colonies from the single cell workflow
  • How to get high viability colonies

Who should attend?

  • Scientists having problems creating colonies out of single cells
  • Lab managers, lab core directors
  • Analytical scientists and researchers involved in early drug discovery and cell line development
  • Process development engineers and scientists
  • Scientists working with stem cells
  • Scientists using CRISPR editing

Certificate of attendance

All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.

Cell Microsystems