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Stem Cells in Flow Cytometry Course

29 May 2013 - 29 May 2013 - UC Santa Cruz, CA, USA

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Hosted by University of California, Santa Cruz Institute for Stem Cell Biology, in conjunction with the Stem Cells and Aging Symposium (30-31 May).

Instructor, Dr. Dorothy Lewis
Register for the Stem Cell Symposium as well and receive a 10% discount on the full course!  Discounts also available for groups of 5 or 10 and more, and for FloCyte Graduates. CEUs available for CA CLSs!  $50 extra.

FloCyte Services' mission is to provide a placement service and training to recruit and equip qualified, trained personnel, for operation of highly technological equipment such as flow cytometry and confocal microscopy, or related fields, to fulfill needs in research, medical and educational facilities and BioTech environments, in universities, industry, and hospitals.

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