SEP 26, 2023 11:00 AM PDT

What's in your sample? How sample biology can influence fluorochrome choice.

Sponsored by: BD

Event Date & Time
Date: September 26, 2023
Time: 11:00 AM (PDT), 2:00 PM (EDT), 8:00 PM (CEST)
Multicolor flow cytometry is beneficial because it allows us to gain deeper insights from a given biological sample, with fewer repeat markers in each tube and quicker results. In this three-part webinar series, we will identify the fundamental principles of panel design. For the first webinar, we will focus on how sample biology can inform which fluorochromes are combined with which antigen for optimal data resolution. In the next two webinars, we will explore how fluorochrome characteristics and instrument-related factors can influence panel design. Join us for all three webinars to understand the principles of panel design and how to use them to troubleshoot panels in your lab.
Learning Objectives
  • Explain the benefits of multicolor flow cytometry panels
  • Describe the difference between resolution and background
  • Match antigen density and fluorochrome brightness appropriately


Sign up for the other webinars in this series on October 12th and November 15th: 
Flow cytometry enables simultaneous analysis of multiple markers at the single-cell level. With the increase in number of detectable parameters, the design of a multicolor panel can be challenging and requires an understanding of several factors that can influence panel performance. This three-part webinar series will cover the basic pillars of panel design and standardization:
Biology—how antigen density and co-expression can affect fluorochrome choice
Fluorochrome—how spillover spread can be predicted and mitigated
Instrument—how instrument standardization can influence data resolution
Make sure to join all three talks in the series to learn how you can troubleshoot existing panels in your clinical flow cytometry lab.


Webinars will be available for unlimited on-demand viewing after live event. 


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