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Tips for panel design 1. Knowing the following features of your instrument is essential: spectral or conventional cytometer, available laser lines and arrangement, optical filters available as on the SH800. 2. Put the brightest fluorochromes on the dimmest markers or markers with variable expression. PE, for example is a bright fluorochrome and is a good option for lower antigen densi...
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Resolution and Sensitivity A. Fluorescence sensitivity MESF values measured using Spherotech® 8 peak-beads are: FITC 120 and PE 110. B. Fluorescence resolution was measured using propidium iodide (PI) stained chicken erythrocyte nuclei (CEN...
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Software Software, sensors, and CoreFinder patented technology provide automation across the workflow from set-up to shutdown to ensure consistency, save time and improve the accuracy of results. The interface is designed with ribbon tabs that logically organize features to make them rapidly accessible. An experiment-centric approach makes the software easy to teach, learn, and use. Softwar...
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Startup automation ensures optimal daily alignment of the chip to lasers With the highest level o...
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Technical Tools This section offers practical advice on fluorochrome selection, panel design, and
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Placing several fluorescent proteins together in a flow cytometry panel offers greater power and capability for experiments. However, handling autofluorescent signal with fluorescent proteins is out of reach for conventional flow cytometetry users. Sony spectral flow cytometry analyzers enable researchers to harness up to five near infra-red fluorescent proteins in a single experiment. Moreover, spectral technology lets users accurately ide...
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SA3800 System Overview The SA3800 spectral an...
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