Acoustic Focusing in Flow Cytometry

22 Mar

I will admit that I am a bit of a flow cytometry nerd. Our medical lab science program only has one graduate class so far, and it is in diagnostic flow cytometry. I begged the department head to let me take it, despite not having yet fulfilled my immunology requirement. I had taken the hematology class though, and flow cytometry is most commonly used in the medical lab to identify and monitor hematological diseases, so they decided to let me take it. I was ecstatic, and flow cytometry is still one of my favorite instrumentation methods. So this little video demonstrating acoustic focusing made my day.

2 Responses to “Acoustic Focusing in Flow Cytometry”

  1. Claire S March 27, 2012 at 19:33 #

    Yay for flow! I work in the lab group where acoustic focusing flow cytometry was invented 🙂

    • A. Theria March 27, 2012 at 21:50 #

      Your lab rocks! Keep up the good work! I love flow cytometry!

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