What are reagents in flow cytometry?

Invitrogen Ready Flow reagents are room temperature-stable, ready-to-use solutions designed to allow you to stain your cells for analysis by flow cytometry.

What is the benefit of using dried reagents in your device?

What are the benefits of using Dry Reagents? Dry Reagent tubes are stable at room temperature (do not require refrigeration nor cold chain during the transport) and have much longer shelf-life than liquid antibodies. Dry Reagent tubes eliminate considerable workload specifically in the pre-analytical phase.

What is CytoFLEX used for?

The CytoFLEX Flow Cytometer is used for the qualitative and quantitative measurement of biological and physical properties of cells and other particles. These properties are measured when the cells pass through one or multiple laser beams in a single-file.

What type of assay is flow cytometry?

Fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) is a specialized type of flow cytometry. It provides a method for sorting a heterogeneous mixture of biological cells into two or more containers, one cell at a time, based upon the specific light scattering and fluorescent characteristics of each cell.

What is dry reagent?

In dry chemistry, reagents are in a dry form, most frequently as a tablet or in an impregnated matrix. The re- agents are unitized, ie, the reagents for each individual test are used and disposed of as a single entity. Re- agents are immediately reactive when the specimen is added.

What is dry assay?

Dry Powder Assay Rapidly Detects Metallic Nanoparticles in Water by Measuring Surface Catalytic Reactivity. Environ.

What do my flow cytometry results mean?

What Do the Results Mean? Flow cytometry can provide information that is used to diagnose, stage and monitor blood cancers. It can also be used to test for minimal residual disease (MRD), the number of cancer cells remaining in the body after treatment.

What is flow cytometry How does it work?

Flow cytometry is a technology that rapidly analyzes single cells or particles as they flow past single or multiple lasers while suspended in a buffered salt-based solution. Each particle is analyzed for visible light scatter and one or multiple fluorescence parameters.

Why choose Beckman Coulter reagents?

Choose proven Beckman Coulter systems and reagents for manual and automated DNA/RNA and clinical/research flow cytometry applications. We have an expanding portfolio of reagent systems and kits for today’s life sciences labs. Covers hemato-oncology, immune monitoring, infectious disease, stem cell analysis and more

What is flow cytometry used for?

Our portfolio of Flow Cytometry reagents, entirely manufactured under good manufacturing practices (GMP), covers major application areas including hemato-oncology, HIV analysis, immune monitoring, cell cycle and stem cells studies.

Why calibration and standardization of flow cytometry systems?

Daily calibration and standardization of flow cytometry systems are critical components of the daily QC process. Our product portfolio helps to ensure that the system is optimized and ready to produce accurate and precise results.

What is the cyto-Comp cell KIT?

The Cyto-Comp Cell Kit provides lyophilized human lymphocytes that are used to establish and monitor color compensation where multi-color flow cytometry assays are performed. Stem-Trol Control Cells are positive control cells for absolute CD34+ stem cell enumeration. Instrument Calibration and Standardization Solutions Assay and Staining Controls