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Standardization of Flow Cytometry Assays

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This webinar will focus on standardization of the flow cytometry experimental procedures so that data analysis can be performed in an interlaboratory setting, on multiple instruments and over prolonged periods of time.

Various aspects of reproducibility and robustness will be discussed. Since development of standardized flow cytometry tests is essential for meaningful computational analyses of the data, the new possibilities that are just opening will be discussed.

Cost: FREE

Tomáš Kalina, MD. PhD, is currently an Associated Professor at the Department of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology, Charles University in Prague, 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Czech Republic.  He is a founding member of the EuroFlow consortium where he is responsible for coordination of the technical aspects and design of flow cytometry procedures. At present, he is actively involved in EuroFlow Primary Immunodeficiency workpackage and EuroFlow proficiency testing.

CYTO U Webinar Recordings

A recording of this webinar will be posted online at CYTO U within 24-48 hours after the live event for free viewing by all.  You may also want to watch the recordings of CYTO U’s last three webinars Beyond Polychromatic: Spectral Flow Cytometry by John Nolan, and micro-Manager: Open Source Software for Microscope Image Acquisition by Nico Stuurman, and Forensic Flow Cytometry by Jennifer Wilshire at CYTO U.  For more details, visit:

CYTO University

CYTO University is an online educational resource created by ISAC for its members and the wider cytometry community. In addition to free webinars, CYTO U presents recorded courses and tutorials from the CYTO Conference, and interactive online courses on a variety of cytometry topics. These are available at no cost to ISAC members and for a nominal charge for non-members. Webinars are free for all. Learn more at

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