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Thursday, October 28, 12:00 – 1:30 PM CT  
UT Dallas campus, NSERL 3.204

This talk will review common types of fluorescent assays that can be used to measure cellular health and function, including underlying biological principles, basic chemistry, and mechanism of action. Functional assays can be used to measure specific cellular processes, such as viability, apoptosis, proliferation, and metabolic health. Such non-antibody based fluorescent probes can often be multiplexed together or in combination with standard antibody panels, to gain a multiparametric analysis of cellular functionality and specific health states at the single cell level. Small particle analysis of extracellular vesicles can also lend important information about cell-cell communications and functional states. This talk will also discuss best practices and panel design strategies to optimize your flow cytometry data.

Presentation by:  Caroline Hall, PhD, Flow Cytometry Reagents Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific


This seminar will be offered only "in-person" and as such, attendees are encouraged to wear masks and consider physical distancing when selecting a seat onsite. 

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UT Dallas campus, NSERL 3.204

Office of Research and Innovation
Anricka Ziller

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