Indee Labs focuses on the development of microfluidic vortex shedding for rapidly and efficiently transfecting human primary immune cells with negligible perturbation. The team is focused on developing its core technology for short turnaround chimeric antigen receptor T cell (CAR-T) development and manufacturing.
The core technology, microfluidic vortex shedding (μVS), uses a microscopic fluid dynamics phenomenon based on vortex shedding to hydrodynamically porate the cell membrane allowing for the deliberate introduction of genetic material to human primary immune cells. Vortex shedding is not a new phenomenon. It can be observed as water flows past boulders in rivers while also being seen as clouds drift over mountains.