Akadeum Life Sciences in Ann Arbor Launches New Isolation Kits

Ann Arbor’s Akadeum Life Sciences, a life sciences startup that creates technology that isolates samples, has added mouse naïve CD4+ T cell and mouse naïve T cell negative selection isolation kits.
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Akadeum mouse naïve T cell negative selection isolation kits
Akadeum Life Sciences has added mouse naïve CD4+ T cell and mouse naïve T cell negative selection isolation kits to its products. // Photo courtesy of Akadeum Life Sciences

Ann Arbor’s Akadeum Life Sciences, a life sciences startup that creates technology that isolates samples, has added mouse naïve CD4+ T cell and mouse naïve T cell negative selection isolation kits.

Akadeum’s new line allows users to perform the entire cell separation process without a column or magnet. Its buoyancy-activated cell sorting kits select for naïve T cells and naïve CD4+ T cells, resulting in high purity populations untouched and ready for testing.

“We are excited to announce the release of two new isolation kits as a direct response to customer requests to bring the benefits of Akadeum BACS technology to new areas of research,” says Brandon McNaughton, CEO. “Akadeum will continue to prioritize new development to bring great performance and gentle cell enrichment where our customers need it most.”

Akadeum was launched in 2014 with the goal to change the way isolating chemical and biological targets is approached.

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