- Sony Biotechnology
- Sony Biotechnology
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Date: Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 7:00 PDT | 10:00 EDT | 15:00 BST | 16:00 CEST Presented by Fluoro-Finder In this webinar, we will explore the key considerations when designing multicolor panels for use on the ID7000™ spectral cell analyzer. We will review the available fluorochromes with respect to their spectral profiles and highlight how similarities and differences between them affect unmixing and data display. We will also discuss ways to optimize panel design and gain efficiency in the use of controls to ensure the highest data quality. In this webinar, you will also learn: How to take advantage of the differences between fluorochromes with similar emission characteristics in a panel for a spectral flow cytometer How to identify potential spectral conflicts and how to use controls effectively How to leverage the spectral library and reference spectra to build better panels Who should attend This webinar will provide insights for researchers who want to learn more about spectral flow cytometry and panel design with emphasis on how interactions of fluorochrome spectra affect unmixing and resolution. Register Now Speaker Jerry BarnhartField Application ScientistSony Biotechnology
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 7:00 PDT | 10:00 EDT | 15:00 BST | 16:00 CEST Presented by SelectScience Cell sorting has become an indispensable tool used for isolation of different samples ranging from large tumor cells and neurons, to small nuclei and bacteria. Even as cell sorters become automated and easier to use, challenges associated with sorting these biological samples continue to exist. Join this educational webinar to learn about the key aspects of sorting that should be considered to ensure optimal sorting results for different applications. In this webinar, you will also: Review first principles of cell analysis by flow cytometry Learn about the key considerations for setting up your sorting experiment with focus on optimizing sample prep, instrument parameters and post sort analysis Understand best practices for optimal sorting of large, fragile cells, immunophenotyping panels and nuclei Who should attend This webinar will benefit all researchers who are new to sorting or are considering using cell sorting for single-cell isolation of large cells or purifying nuclei samples for RNA sequencing analysis. Register Now Speaker Miro Koulnis, Ph.D.,Application ScientistSony Biotechnology
Getting the most from your cell sorter Fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) is an increasingly common step in many life science research applications, from sequencing to protein design to immunotherapy. No matter which downstream application is used, it is possible to take steps to optimize the purity, efficiency, and reliability of each sort performed. At a webinar, Flow Cytometry Laboratory Directors Peter Lopez, PhD, of NYU Langone and Rui Gardner, PhD, of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center presented a set of best practices for cell sorting. Their recommendations about best practices spanned the process from experimental planning and choosing a sort mode, through sample preparation and setup, to monitoring the sort, and post-sort analysis. Here, a few of their considerations are summarized. The webinar is available for replay for additional comprehensive advice. Both laboratories use cell sorters from Sony Biotechnology. Automation and intuitive software features make them ideal for researchers new to cell sorting. Yet the sorters are advanced, reliable, and flexible enough to satisfy experts. Improving single-cell suspension The success of cell sorting using flow cytometry depends on the cells being separated from each other as they pass through the flow cell. Dr. Gardner presented five sample preparation tips...
Learn how to take multicolor flow cytometry to the next level with spectral cell analysis based on examples from the new ID7000 spectral cell analyzer.
Join this free webinar on best practices for studying biological systems at the single cell level by reviewing the experiment workflow from sample processing to sequencing and data analysis.
As the global prevalence of allergic inflammation continues to rise, efforts towards discovery of novel therapeutic modalities are very significant. Canadian immunologist Dr. MacNeil and his team pursue this using flow cytometry to identify the mechanism of allergy induced inflammation. Using the Sony SH800 cell sorter, Dr. MacNeil's lab sorts hematopoetic stem cells for immune profiling of the activated mast cell population. Individual cells from this population are sorted into a 96-well plate— for studying genetic and epigenetic basis of allergic response.
Join us in this educational webinar to review the basic principles of spectral flow cytometry and understand how users of all expertise levels can easily design panels for high-parameter experiments to achieve a greater depth of information. This webinar will highlight how spectrally adjacent fluorochromes, fluorescent proteins, and fluorochromes excited by multiple lasers can be easily incorporated into a panel when using Sony spectral systems.
Join our free educational webinar to learn from an eminent researcher how Single-Cell Combinatorial Indexing (SCI) can be used for assessment of the open chromatin landscape of single cells.