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2015 Staff Picks: Flow Cytometry

Flow Cytometry

There’s a joke in here about our editorial team going with the flow, but I can’t quite seem to make it work (feel free to leave suggestions in the comments). Despite my inability to make a joke count, I do hope that you find these articles amusing and useful.

Jen Redig, Managing Editor

Spot the Difference: 5 Ways to Improve the Presentation of Your Flow Cytometry Data
By Rachael Walker – 3rd November, 2015

Doing great science is only half the battle. The other half is sharing and publishing it in a way that others can understand and care – and fund you! That is why I love this article. I don’t think we talk enough in science about HOW to present our data.

Rebecca Tirabassi, Managing Editor

Spot the Difference: 5 Ways to Improve the Presentation of Your Flow Cytometry Data
By Rachael Walker – 3rd November, 2015

I really liked the focus of this article on the importance of how you present data.  The two figures complement the article well.

Andrew Porterfield, Editor

Basic Parameters Measured by a Flow Cytometer: What is Scattered Light and Absolute Fluorescence?
By Ryan Duggan – 18th August, 2015

Amanda Welch, Editorial Manager

The Nope-Nope-Nevers of Using a Flow Cytometer
By Olwen Reina – 4th August, 2015

This article presents a very important lab skill (properly maintaining a flow cytometer) in an entertaining manner.

Flow Cytometry

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