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2017 NECyto User Group Meeting update

This year’s meeting is fast approaching! Only 5 weeks to go! Online registration site for the 2017 Fall meeting is now live: https://www.regonline.com/2017newenglandcytometry During our extended lunch time for visiting with vendors that support our meeting, we will be having … Continue reading

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Online Registration Active for 2017 NECyto User Group Meeting

We are pleased to announce that the online registration site for the 2017 Fall meeting is now live: https://www.regonline.com/2017newenglandcytometry This year’s speakers will be: Bruce Bagwell MD., PhD. Verity Software Dave Langenau PhD. Dept of Pathology MGH Kurt Schalper MD., … Continue reading

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Filter testing

Thank you for the interest in my poster at CYTO 2017 in Boston about testing dichroics, the 20 handout copies that I had available were all gone so I’ll take that as a good sign.  I’m working on a writeup … Continue reading

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NECyto 2017!

Greetings everyone: The New England Cytometry Users Group’s annual Fall meeting will be held October 19th, 2017, returning to the Mark and Lisa Schwartz Auditorium of the Ragon Institute at 400 Technology Square in Cambridge MA. We hope you will … Continue reading

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NECyto 2016 follow-up

Thanks to all of you who attended the 2016 NECyto meeting this year, we hope you enjoy the t-shirts!  Jennifer Wilshire has shared her Forensic Flow talk and a quiz that has “Crimes of FACSing” in it that we didn’t … Continue reading

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Fall Meetings Information

Plenty of educational and networking opportunities in Boston this fall! Online registration is now open for this year’s NECyto Fall Meeting!  We will have 8 talks, lunch, and a vendor fair, returning to the Ragon Institute after our successful meeting … Continue reading

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FACS Pain

I experienced #10 the other day, and thought it presented a good opportunity to demonstrate the usefulness of spectraviewers and the importance of knowing your reagents. I’ve compiled a list of spectraviewers on this site, feel free to suggest additional … Continue reading

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