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Flow Cytometry Facility (HMS)

Location: New Research Building, Room 938D, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115

Summary:

The Immunology Division Flow Cytometry Facility provides flow cytometric analysis and cell sorting services to investigators in the Harvard Medical School, The Harvard Stem Cell Institute, and in the Harvard affiliated hospitals and institutions. The facility currently has an LSRII and a FACSCalibur self-run acquisition and analysis for staff trained researchers, and a FACSAria IIu and a MoFlo Astrios EQ for cell sorting (performed by an expert technician).

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    • BD FACSDiva ( Software )

      "BD FACSDiva™ software is a collection of rich tools for flow cytometer and application setup, data acquisition, and analysis that help streamline flow cytometry workflow for today's busy laboratory. BD FACSDiva software offers built-in features for consistent and maintainable daily cytometer setup that supports reproducible data acquisition and reliable results."


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    Last updated: 2017-03-15T10:58:05.698-05:00

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