NEW - Laminar Wash HT2000 System

NEW - Laminar Wash HT2000 System

Laminar Wash Technology for Improved Sample Preparation for Suspension Cell Assays

Introducing the New Laminar Wash HT2000 System. - Built for consistent biosafety and automation.

The Laminar Wash HT2000 System builds on the success of the HT1000 System and improves the user experience by increasing ease-of-use with a touch-screen interface, an optional integrated buffer exchanger, and easy integration with automation platforms.

With the Laminar Wash technique, cells undergo a gentle wash without added stress, allowing a higher retention of cells for acquisition and cell sorting. In addition, cell surface markers are not modified and unbound antibodies are washed off efficiently, producing cleaner and better segregated data. For high throughput flow cytometry labs, they will be able to achieve consistency by reducing variation from manual handling.
  • Enables biosafety by reducing aerosolization and fits in most biosafety cabinets
  • Built for easy integration into automation systems
  • Consistency by reducing variation from manual handling
  • Time savings by completing cell washing in 3 minutes
  • Reduced cell stress due to no centrifugation
  • Easy integration into your lab automation


Cell processing technology enabling superior consistency and robust flow cytometry data using centrifuge-less washing.
The Laminar Wash technology provides an advantage to scientists in processing suspension cells for flow cytometry. Eliminating the usage of the centrifuge has tremendously improved workflows and time management prior to FACs analysis. In the conventional flow cytometry protocol which utilizes the centrifugation method, immune cells undergo numerous washes that generate significant stress to cells. This in turn increases the alteration of biomarker pathways as well as cell loss. With the Laminar Wash technique, cells undergo a gentle wash without added stress, allowing a higher retention of cells for acquisition and cell sorting. In addition, cell surface markers are not modified and unbound antibodies are washed off efficiently, producing cleaner and better segregated data. For high throughput flow cytometry labs, they will be able to achieve consistency by reducing variation from manual handling.
The Laminar Wash system has been successfully demonstrated on various applications including immunophenotyping and CyTOF. Some of the lymphocytes and cell surface markers tested, with improved cell retention and data are as follows:
  • PBMCs
  • Antigen presenting cells (CD40) such as B-cells (CD34, CD45) and dendritic cells
  • T-cells – Cytotoxic T cells, Helper T cells (CD3, CD4, CD8)
  • Monocytes
  • Macrophages
  • Cell lines: HEK293T, Yeast cerevisea, CHO, U937, Ramos, Molt4, THP-1, MOM13
  • Primary Mouse Tumor Cells
  • Mouse Primary Splenocytes
  • Colorectal Tumor cells
  • Circulating Tumor cells
  • Isolated Nucleii
  • Thymic Epithelial cells from Mouse
  • Mouse Brain cells
  • Nucleated red blood cells from maternal blood / cord blood