Cell Proliferation Round 1: Using Thymidine Analogs With Flow Cytometry
Around and around the cell cycle goes, where it stops, nobody knows.
Unless you have the right tools to analyze DNA content, that is.
The DNA markers propidium iodide, Hoechst and DAPI are commonly used...
Seeing is Believing: An Introduction to Imaging Flow Cytometry
What if there was a way to take the power and speed of a flow cytometer and couple it with the resolution of a microscope?
Imaging flow cytometry does just that!
Flow cytometry is a very powerful tool for...
Getting in the Flow: Online Resources for Flow Cytometry
You are sitting in a seminar when you glimpse it: the figure that beats all other figures - a beautiful contour plot - and you realise that a similar figure is what you need to publish your paper in a...
The flow cytometer that we have all grown to know and love may have only come into its own in the 1990’s, but who would have known that the first cell sorter was invented as early as the 1950’s?
Evolution Flow: The Historical Background of Flow Cytometry
For those of you who print out the results that you have acquired from the Flow Cytometer to stick in your lab book, did you know that inkjet printers and cytometers have a shared history?
Flow Cytometry is...
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