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The most common -and the original- use for flow cytometry is to identify markers on cells, in particular immune system cells, also known as immunophenotyping. As researchers desire to understand more about their cells and to detect increased cell subets, this has given rise to additional color needs and the use of multicolor flow cytometry in general.
This section will explore different applications in multicolor flow cytometry, our relevant instruments that enable and streamline immunophenotyping panels, and what customers are saying about doing this work on Beckman Coulter instruments.
Advanced analysis of human T cell subsets on the CytoFLEX flow cytometer using a 13 color tube-based DURAClone dry reagent
Using the 10 color DuraClone IM T Cell Subsets kit plus 3 additional liquid markers, a 13 color tube has been designed for the phenotypic analysis of major T cell sub-populations in the human peripheral blood.