WOLF G2 Cell Sorter
The new WOLF G2 instrument has significantly expanded the capabilities of gentle benchtop microfluidic cell sorting with two lasers and up to nine colors, while maintaining simple workflows for either bulk sorting or single-cell dispensing. Single-cell sorting can be completed in 96- or 384-well plates when using the WOLF G2 in conjunction with the N1 Single-Cell Dispenser. This flexibility in performance, along with the additional abilities of the second laser, makes it ideal for use in many different research fields and application areas like single-cell genomics, cell line development, gene editing, antibody discovery, immunology, infectious disease, basic research, and more.
WOLF Cell Sorter
The WOLF was designed and created by a team of scientists and engineers who wanted to solve a classic challenge in biological research: how to sort cells effectively, easily, and of high quality. NanoCellect has created an entirely new type of microfluidic cell sorter based on modern flow cytometry methods. By using proven detection technologies, NanoCellect focuses on innovative cartridge technology (commonly known as a “microfluidic chip”) and accessible, intuitive software that makes the operation simple and safe for researchers and their samples. The WOLF benchtop flow cytometry cell sorter allows for the gentle separation of individual cells and cell types.
Disposable microfluidic cartridges ensuring low-pressure and no sample-to-sample contamination.
NanoCellect provides calibration beads in convenient dropper bottle to complete the initialization of the microfluidic sorting cartridge.
Nanocellect’s customer service is fantastic, and the WOLF cell sorter works exactly how I had hoped. It is perfect for our project.Justin Chartron, Ph.D. Protabit LLC
The NanoCellect team and technical specialist have been awesome. After two test runs with very involved training/assistance, we have been very pleased with the results. The equipment is intuitive and the sorts have been very clean.B. Davenport, Ph.D. University of Colorado
A great machine that has helped us take our cell-engineering pipeline to the next level!Ronan O'Connell Rice University