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Watch a presentation on core operations and sample preparation at the ASU Flow Cytometry Core Facility grand opening!

The Flow Cytometry Core Facility is located within the Biodesign Institute offers cell sorting and flow-cytometry services and applications to support research activities of faculty members, research scientists and students at ASU, as well as the scientific community in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018
10 a.m.
Biodesign (BDA) AL1-1014, Tempe campus [map]
Register to attend by emailing

Attend this presentation by Brandon Neldner, ASU Flow Cytometry Core manager, if you plan on utilizing the flow cytometry core.

Enjoy coffee and breakfast pastries sponsored by BD Biosciences.

The facility currently has a FACS Aria IIu cell sorter and a Beckman Coulter Gallios cell analyzer. The FACS Aria IIu is equipped with blue, yellow-green, violet and red lasers that facilitate 15 fluorescent parameters and four-way sorting. The Gallios has blue, red and violet lasers capable of 10 fluorescent parameter analysis. The ASU Flow Cytometry Core Facility encourages users to reach out for help with multi-color panel design and analysis to ensure the best possible resolution of your data.

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