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Assessing immunological aging using flow cytometry

Victor Appay, 
Faculté de Médecine Pierre et Marie Curie,
Pitié-Salpêtrière, France


Tuning Acoustic Forces for Flow Cytometry

Jolene Bradford,
Thermo Fisher Scientific, USA

Novel Reagent Solutions for Flow Cytometry

Jolene Bradford,
Thermo Fisher Scientific, USA

Cytometric analysis of cytokines and transcription factors

Hyun-Dong Chang
Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum
Berlin, Germany


Rare cells analysis: from bench to clinics

Andrea Cossarizza,
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Software tutorial: what’s new

Carmen Gondhalekar,
Purdue University , USA

Asymptomatic but threatening: dissecting the consequences of cytomegalovirus infection

Anis Larbi,
Singapore Immunology Network – SigN, Singapore

Heterogeneity of tumour-infiltrating leukocytes: implications for adoptive cell transfer immunotherapy

Enrico Lugli,
Humanitas Clinical and Research Center , Italy

Mass cytometry in the phenomics era: an essential tool for gene/function studies

Herve Luche,
Centre d’Immunophénomique - CIPHE, France

Cytomic analysis of oxidative stress

J. Enrique O’Connor,
University of Valencia , Spain

Cancer stem cells and multi-drug resistance by flow cytometry

Jordi Petriz,
Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute, IJC, Spain

Cytometry of immunity

Andreas Radbruch,
Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum Berlin, Germany

Host-microbe interaction at mucosal surfaces

Maria Rescigno,
Istituto Europeo di Oncologia – IEO, Italy

…and on the 8th day, God created cytometry

J. Paul Robinson,
Purdue University, USA

High throughput and high content flow cytometry

J. Paul Robinson,
Purdue University, USA

Microenvironment cytometry

Paul Smith,
Cardiff University, UK



RNA flow cytometry

Paul Wallace,
Roswell Park Cancer Institute, USA