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Tutorials for building multicolor flow cytometry panels always highlight the importance of antigen density - But why is it so important?
Flow cytometry is a powerful technique widely used in biological research, but if you are just beginning your flow journey, it can be hard to know where to start.
This webinar discusses how to overcome problems associated with using secondary antibodies in your immunoassay, including:
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:
This on-demand webinar brings together a unique combination of content from two speakers with more than 50 years of experience in flow cytometry and antibody labeling.
To optimize staining in flow cytometry antibody titration is recommended. Whilst antibodies will bind to high affinity targets on a cell, if they are present in excess they will also bind to low affinity targets.
Antibodies are used to detect and quantify antigens in techniques such as flow cytometry, ELISA, western blotting, immunohistochemistry and lateral flow.
This advanced class discusses flow cytometry sample preparation and the process of experimental design to ensure a successful flow cytometry experiment.
This guide provides a general overview of each fluorochrome in our range including their properties, excitation and emission wavelengths and common applications.
Flow Cytometry is a powerful tool for analyzing the physical and chemical properties of cells and other components such as nuclei and chromosomes. However, if you are a Flow Cytometry beginner, the whole process can be quite confusing.