Simultaneously analyze multiple proteins, gene expression, and cell functions such as oxidation, viability, cell cycle, apoptosis, and proliferation from an individual cell with fluorescent flow cytometry assays, reagents, and antibodies. This technology makes it possible to obtain a statistically relevant amount of data by combining information from individual cells to gain insight into a heterogeneous sample. We offer flow cytometry assays and reagents that span a broad range of research applications and areas including cell health and function assays as well as RNA detection assays.
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For a personalized panel design service, contact our flow cytometry panel design team.
Our flow cytometry scientists work with you to develop optimized panels (conventional and spectral) to fit your experiment and your instrument. You can use our panel design service as many times as you need—free of charge, and all panels are reviewed by at least 2 experts.
We also offer a free, do-it-yourself (DIY) webtool—Flow Cytometry Panel Builder Tool. This online tool guides you through flow cytometry panel design, providing a simplified, customizable experience to fit your flow cytometry panel design needs.
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Figure 1. Cell function workflow with flow cytometry reagents. Use the chart to determine which assays can be incorporated into a panel. Fluorophore reagents can be used to label cell functionalities such as viability and mitochondrial oxidation. These reagents and assays can be incorporated into a flow cytometry panel just like a flow cytometry antibody.
Simultaneous detection of RNA and proteins by flow cytometry using the PrimeFlow RNA Assay. Combine the PrimeFlow assay with immunolabeling of both cell-surface and intracellular proteins.
Using flow cytometry, you can measure mitochondrial membrane potential in live cells, label mitochondria in live cells, and measure generalized oxidative stress in cells with fluorogenic probes.
Fluorescent detection of β-galactosidase hydrolysis by flow cytometry.
Invitrogen Ready Flow reagents are room temperature-stable, ready-to-use solutions designed to allow you to stain your cells for analysis by flow cytometry.
The Invitrogen eBioscience essential phenotyping kits are pre-assembled multicolor panels designed to detect immune cells by flow cytometry.
Find tools for cell concentration and absolute counting, as well as distinguishing and quantitating live and dead bacteria, setting up compensation for fluorescent reagents.
Try sample preparation buffers to simplify your flow cytometry experiments. Compatible with fluorescent reagents.
Learn immune cell type markers and protocols. The Invitrogen Immunology at Work Resource Center is a learning center with technical content designed for new and experienced life scientists alike exploring the field of immunology.
Discover products and resources that are available to help optimize your intracellular flow cytometry experiments.
Invitrogen eBioscience Resources—Selection guides, Best Protocols, product performance and more.
Intracellular Staining for Flow Cytometry How-To Video—for detecting cytokines and intranuclear markers.
Flow Cytometry Learning Center—Access flow cytometry educational resources for better experiment planning and execution.
Flow Cytometry Panel Builder—Design your flow cytometry panel with this online tool for a simplified, customizable experience to fit your needs.
Flow Cytometry Support Center—Find technical support recommendations for your flow cytometry workflows, including tips for experimental setup and in-depth troubleshooting help.
Flow Cytometry Panel Design Support—Work with one of our technical sales specialists to discuss your experimental needs and guide you through the process.
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