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Ten Tips To Get You Started in Flow Cytometry

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Flow cytometry can be applied to a large range of sample types – from extracellular vesicles that are barely above the limit of detection, to full Caenorhabditis elegans on special large particle flow cytometers – and is used in many different fields of research.

This guide highlights tips that will help get any flow cytometry experiment started on the right path.

Download this guide to discover tips on:

  • Planning an experiment
  • Sample preparation
  • Data collection and analysis

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