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This system incorporates methods for an automated In vitro single-cell identification and recovery at a high throughput. Scarce or abundant cells of interest from biological samples, e.g., a biological fluid, tumor biopsies, punch biopsies, skin samples, cytobrushes, lavages, fine needle aspirates, cerebrospinal fluid, synovial fluid, blood, sputum, urine, etc., can be recovered with high viability for further analysis.  This technology can be employed to advance the understanding of clinical responses to the growing number of experimental interventions targeting tissue in the fields of cancer immunotherapy, autoreactive bowel disorders, allergy, infectious disease, multiple sclerosis, neuroimmunological disease, HIV etc.