SoCal TBA New Technology Panel- New dye technology: Unlock the full potential of your flow cytometry experiment 南加州生技協會新技術座談- 淺談流式細胞儀技術新發展
Join us to learn the latest trend in flow cytometry with Dr. Anson M. Blanks, R&D scientist at Thermo Fisher Scientific!
Fluorescent dye performance heavily impacts both the quality and the dimensionality of flow cytometry experiments. For example, PE-based tandems, although bright, are notoriously cross-excited by multiple laser lines, introducing substantial fluorescence into off-target channels, compromising the full potential of blue and yellow-green lasers. New Invitrogen™ NovaFluor™ dyes have engineered excitation and emission spectra using the Invitrogen™ Phiton™ DNA platform. The spectral cleanliness of the NovaFluor technology simplifies while expanding future panel design. This new technology could unlock the flow cytometry experiment, and may be the key to your research’s next breakthrough!
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