flow cell


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flow cell

An optical cell used in photometers and cell counters, through which the sample and any standards are passed for detection and measured or counted by optical or electrometric means.
See: cytometry
See also: cell
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The optical flow cell was encased in an aluminum jacket and heated with cartridge heaters.
Unlike the laser and photodiode, the flow cell module was removable and customizable.
Johanna Zellmer, dyed and printed PET lanyards, 2017, illumina flow cells, cut, drilled, fused and glued.
The photometer, consisting of a photodiode, an LED, and a transistor, was coupled to a flow cell with an optical path length of 200 mm, which was molded and assembled as described elsewhere [18].
PVC membrane silver(I) selective electrode was prepared and suitably embedded in a home-made low-dead volume flow cell for the use as a potentiometric detector.
A kaizen session (Table) working with staff in the Virology Laboratory originated the concept of flow cells in which, instead of all steps in the influenza detection process being performed by 1 medical laboratory technologist, each task in the work flow was separated into individual flow cells.
By the galvanic flow cell above described, an important tool of the qualitative and quantitative investigation for the processes of galvanic metal deposition has been achieved; the cell working to by-pass with an industrial galvanizing bath, without affecting its good functioning.
A fiber-optic probe was used to transmit NIR light through the polymer running in the flow cell. The optical path length between the probe windows was fixed at 8 mm.
The biosensor consists of an antibody-coated quartz crystal mounted in a flow cell. Researchers have constructed a flow injection analysis system.
In a flow cell, parts move in a fixed route between dedicated machines, with dedicated tools, fixtures, and well-documented procedures for each operation and part.