fluorescence-activated cell sorting


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fluorescence-activated cell sorting

Abbreviation: FACS
A method of separating cells by selectively tagging them with colored fluorescent dyes bound to specific cellular structures or molecules.
See also: cell sorting
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The Aalto University Foundation, operating as Aalto University (business ID 2228357-4) invites tenders for a fluorescence-activated cell sorting device (hereinafter referred to as FCS ).
One of Lederberg's first recruits to the new department was Leonard Herzenberg, PhD, emeritus professor of genetics, who went on to develop the fluorescence-activated cell sorting machine that opened up new areas of biological research.
Fluorescence-activated cell sorting, a form of flow cytometry, enables researchers to isolate cells on the basis of their protein expression profiles or physical characteristics (such as granularity or size) for subsequent molecular analyses.
Scientists often use techniques such as Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) or fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) to collect specific cells from biological tissue.
This will be done both via a candidate-based approach and an unbiased screen involving fluorescence-activated cell sorting and RNA sequencing, followed by differential expression analysis.
The transfection efficiency was estimated at between 60% and 80% according to either fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) analysis or visual inspection.
Sorrento Therapeutics uses fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) to rapidly identify high-affinity antibody candidates from its library for immediate downstream development.
The technology is particularly well suited for use in automated high throughput assay formats, for example using Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting (FACS) equipment.
The infected phagocytes will be obtained using fluorescence-activated cell sorting technology.
They used fluorescence-activated cell sorting with established differentiation markers to isolate and separate well-differentiated epithelial cells at the top of colon crypts from the more immature stem cell-like cells at the bottom of colon crypts.
Highly efficient fluorescence-activated cell sorting allows the rapid analysis and selection of useful clones from tagged cell lines.
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.
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