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Flow cytometry is also used as a detection method for sorting, identifying, and quantifying specific cells in complex matrices. A fluorescently tagged antibody is introduced/combined to a target antigen of choice (usually via a surface protein) and passed through a cytometer. The greater the amount of fluorescence emitted the larger the source (i.e. more of the target antigen). In addition, multiple fluorescently tagged antibodies of varied colors can be used to determine if multiple antigens are present in a matrix.

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BD Biosciences

Flow cytometry technology adapted for use with bacteria, yeast, mold, and others. Automated sample p...

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Luminex® 100/200TM

Luminex® 100/200TM

Luminex Corporation

Luminex xMAP(R) Technology was originally developed using the principles of flow cytometry and serv...

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