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Multidimensional Flow Cytometry Techniques for Novel Highly Informative Assays

Flow cytometry's informative potential has been underestimated for many years because of a lack of adequate instruments, automation, reagents, and know-how to approach, integrate, and also substitute other techniques giving single information per assay. In the last decade, flow cytometers have become capable of performing high-throughput screening and high content analysis, evaluating tens of different samples' features in a single run up to 1536 formats on multiple cell populations. The introduction of imaging flow cytometry has filled the gap between flow cytometry and conventional high content imaging screening, putting flow cytometry at the center of many laboratories, which can now cover with a single instrument the vast majority of needs in research programs. The flow cytometry community is a multidisciplinary and diversified group with many different interests and fields of action. These characteristics have prompted the evolution of the techniques, applications, and instruments that allow the use of complex, sophisticated, and standardized and reliable flow cytometric assays in academic and industrial programs.

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Multidimensional Flow Cytometry Techniques for Novel Highly Informative AssaysEdited by Marica Gemei

Published: June 27th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.68879

ISBN: 978-1-78923-345-2

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-344-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83881-361-1

Copyright year: 2018

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3387 Total Chapter Downloads

3 Crossref Citations

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1. Accurate and High Sensitivity Identification of PNH Clones by Flow Cytometry

By Iuri Marinov, Andrea Illingworth and D. Robert Sutherland


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2. Insight into the Leukemia Microenvironment and Cell-cell Interactions Using Flow Cytometry

By Katarzyna Piwocka, Paulina Podszywalow-Bartnicka, Julian Swatler, Marta D. Kolba, Agata Kominek and Ewa Kozlowska


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3. High Throughput Screen for Inhibitors of Rac1 GTPase by Flow Cytometry

By Catherine Bardelle, Vincent Sauzeau, Mark B. Carter, Zhaoping Liu, Gervaise Loirand and David Murray


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4. Multidimensional Flow Cytometry for Testing Blood-Handling Medical Devices

By Ina Laura Pieper, Gemma Radley and Catherine A. Thornton


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5. Efficient Interpretation of Multiparametric Data Using Principal Component Analysis as an Example of Quality Assessment of Microalgae

By Toshiyuki Takahashi


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