Cell sorters have lacked the technical sophistication to isolate cell types found in complex multicolor spectral panels and sort them in real time. By pairing the power of full-spectrum flow cytometry with real-time sorting to extend the frontiers of cell type discovery this technology can isolate cell types found in complex multicolor spectral panels and sort them in real time.
While cell sorting allows researchers to make timely advancements in drug and vaccine development, when run at high pressures, cell sorters can produce aerosols with high particulate content as well as extremely small particles. We have reinterpreted cell sorting equipment design by enclosing only potentially pathogen-exposed components and leaving the rest of the instrument accessible to operators and service personnel.
Whether you are identifying cell subpopulations or investigating cell functions, flow cytometry can make significant contributions to moving your research forward. Use this guide to understand the basics of Invitrogen™ eBioscience™ flow cytometry antibodies and Invitrogen™ flow cytometry assays and reagents.