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ThinkCyte launches with AI-based high-throughput cell sorter

June 15, 2018 10:49 PM UTC

ThinkCyte Inc. (Tokyo, Japan) launched to develop an artificial intelligence-enabled, image-free visual cell sorting system that can sort cells by morphology at higher speeds and with greater accuracy than current methods. The company believes its technology has potential research, clinical and therapeutic applications, including identifying circulating cancer cells in peripheral blood and ramping up the discovery and quality of cell-based therapies.

Current cell sorting methods rely on microscope images of cells classified using a computer image recognition program, which cannot accurately distinguish between cells with similar sizes and structures, or human observation, which cannot perform high-throughput sorting. ...

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