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WORKSHOP: BD Horizon Multicolour Workshop

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Over the past 40 years flow cytometry has come a long way. Advancements in optical and fluidic design, component miniaturisation, intuitive software and a wide range of new fluorochromes have made flow analysers and cell sorters more accessible to a new generation of scientists. Despite the advancements, multicolour panel design has remained virtually unchanged as today's scientists continue to search for the best approach for their experiments, largely by trial and error. Join us for the BD Horizon TM Multicolour Workshop and learn smart approaches to panel design that will enable novices and experts alike to unlock the full potential of their research. REVEAL: Understanding the importance of utilising bright fluorochromes to maximise resolution. ELEVATE: Understanding antigen density to identify which antibody/fluorochrome combinations are candidates for multicolour panels. RESOLVE: Understanding the impact of fluorescence spillover and spread on the ability to resolve dim populations. ACHIEVE: Applying these principles to build panels from 4 colours up to 13 colours. Theoretical presentations: Wednesday 12th August 9.30am - 1.30 pm Practical Workshops: 13th and 14th August 9am - 5pm
Speaker(s) Dr Andrew Lim
Location CMCA at Harry Perkins Institute
Contact CMCA Admin <[email protected]> : 0409 048 633
Start Wed, 12 Aug 2015 09:30
End Wed, 12 Aug 2015 13:30
RSVP RSVP is required.
Submitted by CMCA Admin <[email protected]>
Last Updated Wed, 29 Jul 2015 12:13
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