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No-Wash/No-Lyse Techniques: Simplifying Flow Cytometry

Learn more about technological advancements which enable for more precise and faster flow cytometry analysis with this poster from The Scientist and Thermo Fisher!

Oct 31, 2017
The Scientist Creative Services Team

Conventional flow cytometry has relatively limited sensitivity, meaning that heterogeneous cell samples often have to be purified through lysis and wash steps prior to analysis. These steps leave purified populations for analysis, but can cause significant damage to investigated cells, contributing to interexperimental and interlaboratory variation. Technological advancements have enabled no-wash/no-lyse workflows for more precise and faster flow cytometry analysis. No-wash/no-lyse workflows have been used to generate accurate, reproducible results for a variety of applications. 

Download this poster from The Scientist, sponsored by Thermo Fisher to learn more about technological advancements resulting in more precise analysis and faster flow cytometry workflows!

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