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The instrument manuals describes in details all the steps and materials required to produce or sort droplets.
Please contact us for the latest version of the Xdrop and Xdrop Sort manual.
The quick guides summarize the steps for producing and breaking droplets in a handy single-page document.
The recommendations and user-developed protocols (UDPs) give details of workflows developed by Xdrop users.
These workflows may include products not supported by Samplix such as sequencers and flow cytometers. Optimizations may be required.
The current software versions are:
For the most up-to-date software versions, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Encapsulating yeast cells for screening and recovery
Improved whole genome amplification with Xdrop
Enrichment of long DNA fragments for DeepSeq
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Discover how Xdrop and flow cytometry enhance the efficiency of enzyme engineering by boosting throughput for fluorescence-based screening.
In this webinar, Volkan Besirlioglu (Samplix) talked about:
See how straightforward it is to encapsulate your sample (e.g., cells or DNA fragments) in double-emulsion (DE) droplets. In the video, an Xdrop DE50 Cartridge is loaded with natural killer cells and lymphoblasts, which are then encapsulated for a cell-killing assay in single-cell format. Droplets will contain a natural killer cell, a lymphoblast, or both cell types; some will be empty. The droplets with a single cell or no cells act as controls.
See how straightforward it is to sort your sample (e.g., microbial cells or DNA fragments) when it is encapsulated in double-emulsion (DE) droplets. Pipette the droplets and media into the Xdrop DE20 Sort Cartridge and start your run on Xdrop Sort. In the video, an Xdrop DE20 Sort Cartridge is loaded with droplets containing DNA fragments. Sorting occurs based on fluorescence. You can adjust the detection threshold to ensure you capture all of your precious sample.
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