Anticancer differentiation therapy could be one strategy to stop cancer cell proliferation. Human erythroleukemia (HEL) cell line, incubated with 10 μM diosgenin, underwent megakaryocytic differentiation. Thus, the association diosgenin/HEL could be used as a model of chemically induced cellular differentiation and anticancer treatment. The goal of this work was to determine the capacity of sedimentation field-flow fractionation (SdFFF) to sort megakaryocytic differentiated cells. SdFFF cell sorting was associated with cellular characterization methods to calibrate specific elution profiles. As demonstrated by cell size measurement methods, cellular morphology, ploidy, and phenotype, we obtained an enriched, sterile, viable, and functional fraction of megakaryocytic cells. Thus, SdFFF is proposed as a routine method to prepare differentiated cells that will be further used to better understand the megakaryocytic differentiation process.