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 Flow Cytometry May Improve Transplant OutcomesFlow Cytometry May Improve Transplant Outcomes
 
A team of researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research, in New South Wales, Australia, has established a technique for helping to improve transplant outcomes for patients with diabetes undergoing islet transplantation.
 
   What is Multicolor Flow Cytometry?What is Multicolor Flow Cytometry?
 
Scientists use multicolor flow cytometry to identify and characterize targeted cellular subpopulations by using multiple fluorescent markers. The technology has seen rapid advancements in recent years leading to improvements in the method, resulting in a robust and reliable technique for performing complex cellular analysis rapidly and efficiently by evaluating several parameters simultaneously.
 
   A Novel FACS-based Approach to Isoagglutinin Concentration in Products for Intravenous UseA Novel FACS-based Approach to Isoagglutinin Concentration in Products for Intravenous Use
 
A research group, have published a paper in which they describe a fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS)-based method for isoagglutinin quantification.
 
 Flow Cytometry Methodology, Uses, and Data Analysis
 
Flow Cytometry Methodology, Uses, and Data AnalysisFlow cytometry is used to determine the physical and chemical properties of cells in a heterogeneous population. Using this method, multiple parameters of single cells can be analyzed simultaneously. This article describes the basic principles of flow cytometry, it's applications and how cytometric data can be analyzed.
 
 
 Using Imaging Flow Cytometry to Monitor Viral-host Interactions
 
Using Imaging Flow Cytometry to Monitor Viral-host InteractionsIn this case study, researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel developed and optimized an imaging flow cytometry (IFC) protocol to provide a high-throughput, quantitative and highly robust method for studying viral infection and virus-host interactions.
 
 
 Improving Transplantation Outcomes in Positive Crossmatch Kidney Transplantation: A Retrospective Analysis of Desensitized Patients
 
Improving Transplantation Outcomes in Positive Crossmatch Kidney Transplantation: A Retrospective Analysis of Desensitized PatientsA team headed by Deok Gie Kim from the Yonsei University College of Medicine, Republic of Korea, has conducted a study to demonstrate that patients subject to positive crossmatch kidney transplantation that has undergone desensitization show improved survival compared to those with compatible kidney transplantation.