Wouldn't it be great if a machine existed that quickly separated the nuclei from human cells? This machine nicknamed the "Separator" would be an astonishing piece of machinery, because it would be capable of removing one million nuclei from human cells in one minute! Now, in order to accomplish this feat, this machine may have many slots working simultaneously. For instance, if the Separator has twenty slots, each slot would be capable of handling 50,000 human cells per minute for a total of 1 million cells.
At this point, you're probably wondering why on earth would we need a machine like this? There are several reasons. One purpose for this machine is to advance the field of medical science. Less time wasted on removing nuclei from human cells means more time doing the research for cures to prevent and fight against disease. Second purpose: If the nuclei of cells of people have been ravaged or severely damaged by cancer or other types of abnormalities, this machine could rapidly remove nuclei from lab cells and then doctors could insert these healthy nuclei inside the cells of the patients that were damaged. Furthermore, if this Separator is designed for reverse mode, it could also rapidly insert nuclei inside cells that have none. Another reason is that lab technicians have to put up with many arduous hours removing nuclei from egg cells in order to replace them with other nuclei or human cells. Nevertheless, with this machine, they could easily get the job done and put in more hours incubating the embryos rather than preparing the embryos for incubation.
Even more, if the whole entire process was automated, it would be incredible. This means, that there would be two Separators. One in normal mode and the other in reverse mode with a series of other technical support machines interlaced before, between, and after the Separators. Therefore, with one set of these machines filed in a single row, a company could work wonders. Just automating this one row of machines to work an eight hour shift would churn out 480 million renucleated cells. Or keep the row of machines running for twenty-four hours and receive an output of 1.44 billion renucleated cells. Moreover, if this one row of machines operated none stop for one year, it would have renucleated 525.6 billion cells! On top of that, just imagine if you have a huge plant full of hundreds or thousands of rows of these machines all working none stop throughout the year: The number of renucleated cells would be mind-boggling!