What is a Core Facility: An Interview

Dr. Endl, you are the head of our Flow Cytometry Core Facility and you run the ImmunoSensation Technical Platform Flow Cytometry . First of all, what is a “core facility”? And what is a...

Flow Cytometry Day 2014, 10. July

Following last years stimulating discussions, we once again invited eBioscience to give a series of lectures that cover some of the current and most recommended topics in flow cytometry. We start in the morning with the general introduction to flow cytometry and expand the Agenda to Multicolor, Data Aquisition, Apoptosis and Bead Based Assays. You can join us any time you like and there will be ample time for discussion during the sessions and the breaks. So here are the details.

Flowjo/Miltenyi Biotec Seminar, Tuesday 23. July, 2013

Flow cytometry software should enable you to extract fluorescence intensities, statistics and the correlation and hierarchy of sub-populations of cells instantaneously, thereby producing understandable and publishable graphical reports. Not to mention, that up to ten colours to identify your cells of interest among the five million, that you recorded, are no longer extraordinary. It takes advanced software engineering to make it simple. Among all the commercial software packages, Flowjo has proven during the years, that it can do …

BD Workshop, Lasers and Colours, Thursday 11. July, 2013

Flow Cytometry and its ability to identify and characterise individual cells in complex biological systems is an invaluable tool in life sciences. Advancements in hardware, software and dye chemistry constantly reduced the amount of work, that has to be done to perform multiplexed analysis of up to twelve colours simultaneously. However, this also requires an ongoing readjustment of your current best practise and things said during last years seminars might not be valid any longer.

Beside up to date recommendations for the setup of multiparameter experiments, the seminar is also intended to introduce BD’s Brilliant Violet …