DATE: November 30, 2016
TIME: 9:00 AM PT, 12:00PM ET
When using a flow cytometry core facility, researchers commonly evaluate how to process their cellular samples most efficiently, while also ensuring the highest quality and reproducibility of their data. In this webinar, Chris Spring, from St. Michael’s Hospital Research Institute, Toronto, will discuss how Miltenyi Biotec’s line of instrumentation, including the gentleMACS™ Dissociator, autoMACS® Pro Separator and MACSQuant® Analyzer, has improved the performance and quality of research projects in his core facility. Furthermore, Chris will provide tips and tricks for optimizing sample preparation and experimental design for cell analysis that will help researchers get the most out of their flow analysis. Some key topics include increased yield and reproducibility during tissue dissociation, efficient rare cell sorting through pre-enrichment and decreased time spent cleaning and maintaining instruments. If you are interested in learning more about best practices in optimizing sample processing for improved cell analysis, we cordially invite you to join the discussion with Chris Spring on Wednesday, November 30th at 9 am PST.
Learning Objective 1: Learn about best practices in optimizing sample processing for improved flow cytometry
Learning Objctive 2: Learn about tips and tricks for pre-enrichment of rare cell populations before flow sorting and analysis