TRI Seminar Room 2003

Introduction to Flow Cytometry

This 2-hour session provides flow users with a solid understanding of what a flow cytometer is, and how it works. Venue for these sessions will be advised upon RSVP. 

Concepts including particle detection, light scatter, doublet discrimination, thresholding, fluorescence, fluorophore selection, compensation, spreading error and sample preparation are discussed. An overview of the versatility of flow cytometry is presented highlighted by selected applications.

The course is compulsory for all persons wishing to use the flow core facility.

> For further information contact David Sester ([email protected]).

> Please RSVP [email protected] if you wish to attend this session.