Flow Cytometry Methodology, Uses, and Data Analysis
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#ALT# Whitepaper: Addressing the challenges in biologics discovery with advanced flow cytometry

Advanced flow cytometry addresses the key challenges of flow cytometry: low assay throughput, limited automated data analysis, and high sample/reagent volume requirements, making it an attractive tool to use in biopharma.

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   Flow Cytometry Methodology, Uses, and Data AnalysisFlow Cytometry Methodology, Uses, and Data Analysis
 
Flow 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.
 
   Understanding Fluorochromes for Use in Flow CytometryUnderstanding Fluorochromes for Use in Flow Cytometry
 
Fluorescent markers are known as fluorochromes, a term that is used interchangeably with fluorophore. This article explains how fluorochromes work.
 
 

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 Flow Cytometry Techniques used in Medicine and Research
 
Flow Cytometry Techniques used in Medicine and ResearchFlow cytometry is a useful technique for the analysis of large populations of cells. This article describes the combination of flow cytometry with other techniques (such as cell sorting) and the applications of these techniques in medicine and research.
 
 
 Capturing Circulating Leukemia Cells for Analysis by Flow Cytometry
 
Capturing Circulating Leukemia Cells for Analysis by Flow CytometryResearchers have developed a new methodology for the characterization of circulating leukemia cells, and other low-abundance cells, by flow cytometry.
 
 
 Detecting Cytokines using Intracellular Flow Cytometry
 
Detecting Cytokines using Intracellular Flow CytometryThis article describes the validation of monesin in a 1993 study for use in intracellular flow cytometry for the detection of cytokines.
 
 
 Higher levels of doublets in flow cytometry indicate tuberculosis or dengue fever
 
Higher levels of doublets in flow cytometry indicate tuberculosis or dengue feverSorting through individual immune cells is a handy way to see how the body responds to disease. For years, researchers around the world have used a technique called flow cytometry to separate different types of immune cells, such as T cells, B cells and monocytes.