BD Biosciences is pleased to invite you to a roadshow showcasing its cell-sorting and multi-omics workflow, featuring the BD FACSMelody™ cell-sorter and the BD Rhapsody™ Single-Cell Analysis System. This workflow combines flow cytometry and single cell multi-omics analysis to gain new insights into cell heterogeneity that would not be possible using conventional phenotyping approaches. The […]
BD’s flow cytometer FACSymphonyTM S6 was showcased during April’s CYTO 2018 in Prague. Visitors to our booth discovered how this high performance, flexible and reliable cell sorter benefits from our 45 years of experience in cutting-edge diagnostics. Compatible with BD FACSDivaTM software, it can be configured with up to 9 spatially separated lasers, with assays […]
BD’s new single-cell analyser Rhapsody™ is already generating news. The UK National Measurement Laboratory ‘s Molecular and Cell Biology team is talking about the exciting experiments planned for their new Rhapsody™ analyser. Science Leader Alison Devonshire says, ‘This new technology will […] support our activities […],for example for stem cell based therapies or understanding the heterogeneity of […]
BD recently expanded manufacturing and global supply operations, with the inauguration of the new RUO reagent manufacturing facility in Tatabánya, Hungary. Local scientists who attended the October 2017 Opening Celebrations were impressed by the well designed labs and the latest, high quality equipment. ‘The Quality Assurance Processes were impressive’ said Timea Berki MD, PhD . To a bright future – Egészségére !
BD Biosciences is proud to present a series of educational videos, aptly titled ‘Scientist to Scientist Educational Series’, featuring insightful advice by BD scientists on how to get better and more impactful flow cytometry data by designing the correct panel.Topics for this month are about defining the objective of the experiment and being aware of its biological foundations. Click HERE to watch the videos and stay tuned for more videos in the coming months.