The Invitrogen Flow Cytometry Products and Resource Guide provides an overview of the products and techniques used in the flow cytometry workflow including: Download the PDF Sample preparation Instrument setup and calibration Antigen detection Cell analysis The Invitrogen Attune NxT Flow Cytometer,...
In May 2005 Invitrogen Corporation (now Thermo Fisher Scientific) acquired Caltag Laboratories and its line of antibodies and reagents for flow cytometry applications. Products formerly offered by Caltag are now part of the Molecular Probes product line.
(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.
Our specialized products, innovative technologies and customized workflow solutions help expand and compliment the portfolios of life science tool providers., PCR & RT-PCR enzymes DNA/RNA modifying enzymes Restriction enzymes Molecular cloning enzymes Lyo-ready enzymes Enzyme engineering and...
The significance of hypoxia in biological processes is well known; however, creating model systems to accurately control hypoxic conditions is extremely difficult without access to elaborate instruments that allow control and maintenance of temperature, humidity, and gases (O 2 and CO 2 ) during an...
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.
View all Qdot probe conjugates Flexibility Compatibility Stability Minimal single laser compensation, Invitrogen Qdot probes are nanometer-scale semiconductor particles with unique fluorescence properties that differ from those of typical dye molecules.
Flow cytometry methods articles are created to educate and discuss the most current methodologies related to flow cytometry applications, research, and technologies. Navigate the articles and guides below to learn about advances in flow cytometry, best practices, and approaches for correctly...
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Build your flow cytometry panels with our antibodies to identify cells and detect proliferation, homing profiles, activation states, and cytokine release. We offer antibodies conjugated to many types of fluorophores to accommodate your flow cytometry needs.
Welcome to the Molecular Probes School of Fluorescence module on Flow Cytometry Basics. Here you will learn about how flow cytometers work and get information to help you get started with your flow cytometry experiments.
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Many functionally important proteins such as transcription factors and cell-surface cytokine receptors have native expression levels far below the detection threshold of labeled primary and secondary antibodies.
Compensation beads capture species-specific antibodies conjugated to fluorophores and other types of reagents. The purpose of these beads is to set voltages and gating parameters for obtaining accurate fluorescence signal.