Flow cytometry has been a cornerstone of single-cell analysis for decades, and serves as a rapid alternative to extracting monoclonal cell populations from polyclonal masses when cloning by limited dilution. As genomic technologies have advanced to include single-cell analyses, new collaborations between sequencing and flow cytometry facilities are on the rise. In this webinar, brought to you by BD Bioscience, Karen Ersland and Rachael Sheridan will discuss how flow cytometry contributes to successful single-cell work, from cloning to bulk- and plate-based sequencing runs.
Topics to be covered
Cell sorter set-up and validation
Sample preparation and quality control
Troubleshooting flow cytometry experiments
Tuesday, August 3, 2021
2:00 - 3:30 PM, Eastern Time
Karen Ersland, PhD Scientific Liaison Research Solutions BD Biosciences
Rachael Sheridan, PhD Manager Flow Cytometry Core Van Andel Institute
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