Innovative flow cytometry software to be demonstrated at the Great Lakes International Imaging and Flow Cytometry Association
News Sep 28, 2009
Applied Cytometry will demonstrate how VenturiOne allows researchers to take a fresh look at off-line flow cytometry data analysis. With the ability to analyse data produced by any cytometer, VenturiOne’s simple user interface, allows scientists to perform fast, simple everyday data analysis and explore the true potential of their data.
Dr Tracey Long, Marketing Manager at Applied Cytometry, notes: “The GLIIFCA meeting is an opportunity for us to illustrate how this powerful analysis software delivers significant advancements in flow cytometry to a keen and focused group, attending GLIIFCA to forward their research.”
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