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Flow cytometry panel design

Panel design

Protocols, guides and fluorophores


Nicolas Schrantz

Nicolas Schrantz, PhD
R&D Senior Manager

Novel Macrophage Markers

Nicolas Schrantz discusses development of different antibodies for studying macrophages and shares insight into the performance and usage of these antibody conjugates in multiplex flow cytometry applications.

Read the blog: using arginase 1 to study macrophages
Read the blog: using CD163 to study macrophages

This online tool guides you through flow cytometry panel design, providing a simplified, customizable experience to fit your flow cytometry panel design needs.

How To use the Panel Builderbeta

Watch the video to learn how the Invitrogen Panel Builder can help you build your next flow cytometry panel in 5 easy steps.

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Flow Cytometry Panel Builder

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Panel Design Basics

• Read the article—Flow Cytometry Panel Design: The Basics
• Watch the webinar—Basics of Multicolor Flow Cytometry Panel Design
• Review existing published panels—Optimized Flow Cytometry Multiplexed Panels

5 Steps of Intracellular Flow Cytometry

The ability to stain and detect intracellular molecules opens the door to identify distinct cell subsets as well as further characterize cell populations. Our resources, tools, products, and antibodies for flow cytometry help you save time and effort and increase your efficiency when designing your flow cytometry experiments.

Immune Cell Guide

Determine the antibodies for flow cytometry that you need using the Invitrogen Immune Cell Guide. It provides detailed marker information for immune cell types and subtypes.

Immuno-oncology Research Using Flow Cytometry

Combining reagents and instruments can generate more complete and complex information about the immune system’s role in cancer. Learn about immuno-oncology workflows for flow cytometry designed to enable you to spend less time learning protocols and more time performing experiments.


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*The use or any variation of the word “validation” refers only to research use antibodies that were subject to functional testing to confirm that the antibody can be used with the research techniques indicated. It does not ensure that the product(s) was validated for clinical or diagnostic uses.