Flow Cytometry is a technique used to analyze and quantify the characteristics of individual cells or particles within a heterogeneous sample. It involves suspending cells or particles in a fluid flow and passing them through a focused beam of light, typically generated by lasers. Each cell that passes through the beam can be classified according to its size, granularity, and molecular composition.

In this Whitepaper we will see how flow cytometry allows researchers to analyze large numbers of cells, providing information on cell populations, functions and behaviors with high precision and processing capacity.

You will find:

  • Introduction
  • How are cells classified
  • Uses of Flow Cytometry
  • Conclusion

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