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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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Tracking settings

When a researcher is using the same panel for experiments run on different days, the temptation is to just use the same voltages as the first day.  Due to instrument variations (fluctuation in laser power, variation in detector sensitivity due … Continue reading

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