Poster: Verification of Monoclonality for Cell Line Development
Monoclonality verification can be performed via white light imaging, however debris, dust, and air bubbles can make it difficult and time consuming to identify single cells, which may cause high value clones to be discarded.
In this poster you will discover a fluorescent method for identifying monoclonal CHO-S cells. By using fluorescence to identify cells, monoclonality verification is easier and more conclusive than using white light imaging or microscopy alone, so you can develop novel therapeutics faster.
Download the poster for data and methods on:
- Enhanced image quality of cells in white light and fluorescence channels
- Rapid selection of high growing clones
- Automated identification of single cells
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