fluorescence-activated cell sorter


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fluor·es·cence-ac·ti·vat·ed cell sort·er (FACS),

(flōr-es'ents ak'ti-vāt'ed sel sōr'tĕr),
A machine that can separate and analyze cells, such as lymphocytes, which are labeled with fluorochrome-conjugated antibody, by their fluorescence and light scattering patterns.
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Antigen-specific identification and cloning of hybridomas with a fluorescence-activated cell sorter.
High-speed fluorescence-activated cell sorter for sorting cell populations and microparticles used for multivariate analysis of fluorescence and fluorescence-activated cell sorting multipath populations and microparticles.
I'm extremely pleased and excited to receive the award," said Herzenberg, PhD, an emeritus professor of genetics at the Stanford University School of Medicine who in the late 1960s directed the development of the first fluorescence-activated cell sorter, or FACS.
BD has pioneered leading edge cell analysis in 1973 with the introduction of FACS, the first commercially available fluorescence-activated cell sorter.
Becton Dickinson pioneered leading edge cell analysis in 1973 with the introduction of FACS, the first commercially available fluorescence-activated cell sorter.
Becton Dickinson pioneered leading edge cell analysis in 1973 with the introduction of FACS , the first commercially available fluorescence-activated cell sorter.
Becton Dickinson pioneered leading-edge cell analysis in 1973 with the introduction of the FACS(R) system, the first commercially available fluorescence-activated cell sorter.
Becton Dickinson pioneered leading-edge cell analysis in 1973 with the introduction of FACS, the first commercially available fluorescence-activated cell sorter.
Cells expressing this activity can be rapidly selected using a fluorescence-activated cell sorter (FACS).
BD s principal Biosciences product lines include fluorescence-activated cell sorters and analyzers; monoclonal antibodies and kits for performing cell analysis; reagent systems for life science research; diagnostic assays; and cell culture media and supplements for biopharmaceutical manufacturing.

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