Download PDF version The acquisition and analysis software package for the Invitrogen Attune NxT Flow Cytometer enables powerful, user-defined, experimental analysis via an intuitive, easy-to-use interface.
Download PDF version Dose response curves are a standard research technique used to evaluate therapeutic efficacy of cancer drugs. The use of flow cytometry enables accurate simultaneous evaluation of multiple analytes, in a statistically relevant sample size in a short time.
Learn More Spectral Flow Cytometry Assays and Reagents
Advances in flow cytometry instrumentation, as with spectral flow cytometers, coupled to a growing number of fluorescent labels and readouts have expanded applications and capabilities beyond conventional flow cytometry.
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Blood collection tubes with anticoagulant, either heparin, K3EDTA, or K2EDTA tubes 12 x 75 mm round-bottom polystyrene tubes (e.g., Thermo Scientific Samco 12 x 75 mm Disposable Culture Tubes, Cat. No. 12-007S) Flow cytometry staining buffer (e.g.
Learn More Flow Cytometry Research Tools
Below is our collection of useful selection guides and tools to help you design your experiments. Whether you are choosing multiple dyes for your panel or are looking for protocols for your application, these resources are designed to help.
Learn More Robotic Automation for Flow Cytometry
(See a list of the products featured in this article.) Whether in academic, commercial, or government laboratories, researchers analyzing very large numbers of samples routinely endure time-intensive assays, a requirement to physically monitor the instruments, and susceptibility to human error.
Learn More Flow Cytometry Educational Videos & Webinars
These videos, tutorials and webinars are designed to provide technical and education information regarding flow cytometers as well as flow cytometry research applications and techniques. Learn more about the Attune NxT Flow Cytometer, Join Dr.
Learn More Optimized Flow Cytometry Multiplex Panels
Coined in 2010, the term “optimized multicolor immunofluorescence panel”, or OMIP, refers to a thoroughly tested and validated set of antibodies and reagents that can be used together for the multicolor characterization of a specific cell state or response.
View webinars as well as full transcripts from researchers on flow cytometry topics including experimental setup, compensation, and data analysis. We've also got webinars presented by our experienced technical support scientists that provide tips and tricks and offer guidance for selecting the best...
Learn More Rare-Event Detection Using Flow Cytometry
(See a list of the products featured in this article.) The ability to accurately detect and analyze rare cells in a cell population is critical, not only for the study of disease progression but also for our understanding of key pathways in normal development.
Learn More Flow Cytometry Cell Counting Beads
Flow cytometry provides a rapid method to quantify cell characteristics. However, most flow cytometers cannot directly provide the cell concentration or absolute count of cells in a sample. Absolute cell counts have been widely used in quantifying cell populations and disease progression, including...
Learn More Flow Cytometry Analysis of Transcription Factor Expression During Differentiation of hPSC-Derived Cardiomyocytes
Download PDF version The ability to direct human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) towards differentiated cell phenotypes offers tremendous potential for personalized and regenerative medicine [1,2]. The identification of key transcriptional regulators of pluripotency, as well as chemically defined...
(See a list of the products featured in this article.) High-throughput screening (HTS) is an extremely effective method for identifying potential candidates for therapeutics. Initial compound screening is often performed on a microplate reader because multiwell plate assays tend to be easy to...
Learn More Fixable Viability Dyes for Flow Cytometry
The ability to stain live cells with a viability dye and preserve that staining pattern after fixation is critical for intracellular immunophenotyping. Exclusion of the dead cells from the data allows cleaner separation and identification of cell populations.