Driving Deeper Discovery with High Parameter Flow Cytometry
Over the past ten years, flow cytometry has advanced significantly. Cell surface phenotyping (with 4 or 8 markers) has evolved to allow much more complex multi-parameter cellular assessments that incorporate signal transduction pathways (Phosflow), transcriptional nodes (eg. FoxP3, STAT) and peptide-loaded class restricted multimers. Collectively, these developments enable a more comprehensive understanding of the basic mechanisms underlying cell differentiation, cell division, effector function and cell death.
High Parameter Flow Cytometry (>18 markers) takes the research community to an entirely new capability. By encompassing multiple major areas of development that include marker expression (cellular density), high parameter reagents, instrument innovations, novel polychromatic dyes, novel applications and novel bioinformatics approaches, prior flow boundaries have dramatically been broken.
Basic, clinical and translational biomedical research is being impacted particularly by the ongoing development and evolution of Horizon Brilliant™ polymer dyes for the Blue, Yellow-Green, Violet, Ultra Violet, and deep UV laser lines, all of which are being integrated into the BD FACSymphony™ System. Researchers have been able to utilize this powerful capability to accumulate an unprecedented understanding of interactions between cell surface molecules, kinases and transcription factors.
In a series of seminars, we outline how BD Biosciences and our community of users continue to innovate and drive high parameter flow cytometry applications by sharing advancements and insights in our continued efforts to deliver state of the art tools for discovery to advance the world of health.
We are also delighted to announce that attendees will have a chance to win a one-year complimentary subscription to FlowJo™ or SeqGeq™.
Dates for the Deep Science Seminars. Watch this space for updates.
|08 Jan 2019||Copenhagen, Denmark||Danish Technological Institute||09:00|
|08 Jan 2019||Copenhagen, Denmark||Copenhagen University,|
2200 København N
|09 Jan 2019||Oslo, Sweden||University of Oslo||10:00|
|10 Jan 2019||Cambridge, United Kingdom||Clifford Allbutt Lecture Theatre,|
307 Hills Rd,
Cambridge CB2 0XY
Cambridge Institute for Cancer Research UK,
Cambridge Institute for Medical Research UK
|11 Jan 2019||Paris, France||Institut Imagine Necker|
Salle 432-433, 24
Boulevard du Montparnasse,
75 015 Paris, France
|11 Jan 2019||Paris, France||Institut Curie|
26 rue d’Ulm,
75 005 Paris, France
|14 Jan 2019||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Seminar room H8,|
|15 Jan 2019||Heidelberg, Germany||BD Office||Morning|
|15 Jan 2019||Heidelberg, Germany||BD Office||Afternoon|
|16 Jan 2019||Basel, Switerland||Hotel Victoria|
|16 Jan 2019||Zurich, Switzerland||Au Premier|
|17 Jan 2019||Milano, Italy||San Raffaele Hospital||10:30-12:30|
|17 Jan 2019||Milano, Italy||Humanitas Hospital||15:00-17:00|
|18 Jan 2019||Prague, Czech Republic||Seminar room 0.195 (ground floor),|
Institute of Molecular Genetics of the ASCR, v. v. i.
142 20 Prague 4, Czech Republic
For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.
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