- Sony Biotechnology
- Sony Biotechnology
Join flow cytometry experts for a webinar on best practices in cell sorting. This webinar will be valuable to those with any level of cell sorting experience.
The Sony MA900 Multi-Application Cell Sorter has been nominated for the Best New Life Sciences Product of 2018 in the Scientists' Choice Awards.
Recent advances in genome editing and the application of fluorescent proteins have accelerated Interest in isolating specific populations of brain cells from mixed populations. Researchers are also using cell sorting to isolate single cells for expansion and analysis.
Researchers are isolating the Candidatus Erwinia dacicola bacteria from the guts of olive flies on a Sony SH800S and amplifiying Genomic DNA to construct a library for sequencing.
Listen to Dr. Jennifer Doudna, one of the discoverers of CRISPR systems discusses how the new genome engineering technology was discovered.
With the ability to easily identify and isolate single cells from a heterogeneous phenotypic population, a cell sorter is a useful tool for laboratories studying and applying the CRISPR technology as a tool for editing genes and creating single cell libraries.
With literally thousands of commercially available fluorochrome conjugated antibodies for flow cytometry, there are many choices for your application. In many cases several clones are available to the same target. How do you evaluate which clones are best for your research?
Cell sorting is a valuable technique for isolating cells from mixed populations. This technique can be challenging when working with tissues such as brain, as it requires single cell suspensions. With recent advances in genome editing and fluorescent protein applications, the interest in sorting brain cells has been increasing. Several studies have been published in which scientists have successfully isolated stem cells from whole brain homogenate using cell sorting.
Guidelines for sorting brain cells.
To identify and test new treatments for cystic fibrosis, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Therapeutics Inc. has opened a new laboratory in Lexington, MA. The team of 25 will focus on the discovery of promising drugs for both common and rare mutations of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) gene. For cell sorting the lab selected the Sony SH800 (placed inside a biosafety cabinet).