Flow cytometry is a technique for counting and examining microscopic particles, such as cells and chromosomes, by suspending them in a stream of fluid and passing them through an electronic detection apparatus.
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Offers flow cytometry data analysis software. Provides demo videos and support information about VenturiOne software.
Cell Biochemistry Martinsried
Predictive medicine by cytomics, includes concepts medical bioinformatics, cell function analysis, research projects and instrumentation at the Max Planck Institute, Germany.
Cornell Flow Cytometry Lab
Description of Cornell University core facility laboratory that provides flow cytometry services to support university research. Provides protocols, flow cytometry links, and technical information.
Cytometry Information by Purdue University
Links to related journals, webpages, college courses offered, equipment suppliers and educational tools. Includes search engines to look up published medical material.
Flow cytometry testing services, clinical and research flow cytometry services conducted in ISO certified facility. Provides services description and flow cytometry protocols and assays information.
Overview of methodology and services available at University of Cambridge, Cancer Research UK, London.
Flow Cytometry: How does it work?
Interactive flash animation showing how a flow cytometer works.
How a Flow Cytometer Operates
Illustrated article from the University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Science Park, explaining the fundamentals of a flow cytometer.
Wright Fleming Institute: Flow Cytometry Facility
Suite for teaching and raining researchers in designing and analysing experiments, including cell sorting, EliSpot and Luminex. Lists courses, charges and services at Imperial College London, UK.
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