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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:
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.
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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.
Our antibody panels and cocktails allow for cost-effective, fast, and simple analysis of multiple related cell surface markers in a variety of target species, including human, mouse, dog, and rat. Each antibody in the panel is fluorophore conjugated, with complementary fluorophores for each marker.
Human Lineage Cocktail:Alexa Fluor® 700 is a cocktail of antibodies recognising all leucocytes in human peripheral blood, with the exception of dendritic cells and basophils.