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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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Flow Ornithology?

(That would be a pair of Buteo jamaicensis, but we have also seen a few Falco peregrinus and various members of the Laridae family…)

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NERLSCD

Two quick meeting announcements to share for an old colleague, and don’t forget about our NECyto meeting on October 6th! __________________________________________ NERLSCD 2015 Registration is open! If you are a manager or director of a core facility , you should … Continue reading

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NECyto 2015 registration link

Online registration for the 2015 New England Cytometry User Group annual meeting is now active: https://www.regonline.com/2015newenglandcytometry This years talks: “Alternative Aerosol Testing Methods” Mike Waring/Mike Xie–Ragon Institute “Automating Clinical Lab Analysis:  CD34+ Stem Cell Enumeration: A Software Perspective” Bruce Bagwell/Beth … Continue reading

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NECyto Fall Meeting 2015

Save the Date! On behalf of the New England Cytometry Users Group Organizing Committee, I would like to announce that the Annual Fall Meeting will be on October 6th, 2015 from 8:00 am to 5 pm. We will have another … Continue reading

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Getting Diva and Flowjo to play nice

Different export formats in Diva work differently in Flowjo, and Diva 8 has some changes from Diva 6 that I thought it was worth addressing… We have Diva 6 running on our LSRs and Diva 8 on our SORP Aria. … Continue reading

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