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BioLegend Multicolor Panel Selector

Welcome to BioLegend's Multicolor Panel Selector! This tool is designed to help you find the right products for your multicolor flow cytometry experiments. View the detailed instructions for using the Panel Selector and guidelines for constructing an optimized panel below. View Tutorial Here...

BioLegend Custom Panel Construction

Need help constructing a multicolor flow cytometry panel?

Not everyone can be an expert in flow cytometry. Organizing and creating a multicolor panel can be quite complicated given all the different fluorophores, antibodies, and instruments available. Let our expert team make it simple for you…

Just let us know what you need and let us do the constructing for you, as a complimentary service!

BioLegend Multicolor Staining Guide

BIO-RAD Webinar: Multicolor Panel Building

Multicolor flow cytometry is the analysis of multiple fluorescent parameters in one sample. Building large flow cytometry panels can be daunting because each additional fluorophore you add to your panel has the potential to influence another fluorophore. 

BIO-RAD Panel Builder

Build multicolor flow cytometry panels in just a few simple steps

BIO-RAD Get More Out of Your Multicolor Panels

Designing multicolor panels for flow cytometry experiments can be a time-consuming process. The more markers you wish to include in your panel, the more difficult it is to find compatible fluorophores.

BIO-RAD Tips for Designing Multicolor Panels

We know how challenging designing multi-color Flow Cytometry panels can be at times. That is why we have developed a set of tips to help you. Topics covered include: 

Optimized Multicolor Immunofluorescence Panel

Optimized Multicolor Immunofluorescence Panel (OMIP) is a special peer-reviewed Cytometry Part A publication type that reports on newly designed and optimized multicolor panels for flow cytometry, fluorescence microscopy, image cytometry, and other polychromatic fluorescence-based methods. The first two OMIPs were published in the September 2010 issue of the Journal.

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