Flow Cytometry Infographics & Charts
Fluorescent Activated Cell Sorting Illustration
Fluorescent activated cell sorting is a powerful tool for basic and clinical research because individual cells can be separated from a heterogeneous sample and used for downstream analysis or therapeutic applications.
Download this illustration example to learn more about how FACS is important for your research.
Evaluating Oxidative Stress By Flow Cytometry Infographic
Measuring oxidative stress has become an essential element in defining features of the immune response, and understanding how cells respond to infection, chronic disease and cancer. Many different molecules and cellular components can be monitored by flow cytometry to characterize aspects of oxidative stress. Like most flow cytometry assays, these characteristics can be measured concurrently and can be customized for individual experimental parameters.
This Infographic highlights the different possibilities for detection of oxidative stress by flow cytometry methods.
Custom Monoclonal Antibodies Infographic
Hybridomas are cell fusions of splenocytes collected from mice immunized with an antigen of interest and immortalized myeloma cells. A single hybridoma multiplies into cell clones and produces a monoclonal antibody against an epitope of the immunizing antigen, and this secreted antibody can be collected and used for a wide variety of applications.
In this infographic, we have created a step-by-step guide describing the creation of monoclonal antibodies.
Flow Cytometry In Drug Development Infographic
Flow Cytometry is a critical and informative part of all phases of drug development. Knowing which assays to run at each critical stage gate can streamline your journey to the successful development of your therapeutic.
In this Infographic, we illustrate the importance of Flow Cytometry and highlight the different types of assays that can be used throughout all phases of drug development.
Best Practices In GLP for Flow Cytometry Assays
Flow cytometry assays are important for preclinical and clinical research, however, it is vital to understand the level of compliance required for the stage of research you are completing.
Download our infographic about specific GLP study components that provide guidance in case you find yourself in need of a GLP-compliant flow cytometry assay.
Immunophenotyping By Species
Immunophenotyping by flow cytometry provides a powerful tool for profiling immune cell subsets across species. Significant information can be gained in many studies by identifying lymphocyte subsets and profiling how these change in your system.
Use our quick guide to identify the primary lymphocyte subset phenotype in species commonly used in research and discovery.
Assay Validation Test Sheet
Like most assays used in a clinical setting, validation of flow cytometry assays before use for diagnostic or clinical research purposes is a critical step. Assay validation is conducted to confirm that the method is fit for its intended use and the assay meets specific criteria with respect to stability requirements, accuracy and robustness, to name a few.
In this downloadable PDF, we provide specific tests that are useful in validation and representative flow cytometry data for an important validation test script.