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Illuminating Immunology With Spectral Flow Cytometry

Illuminating Immunology with Spectral Flow Cytometry
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Flow cytometry is a core technique in many immunology labs.. However, extensive immunophenotyping panels can result in overlapping emission peaks, time-consuming compensation and complex data analysis. 

Spectral flow cytometry collects full, spectral fluorophore signatures, using unmixing algorithms to resolve overlapping emission peaks and produce accurate results. This removes the limits of panel size and reduces the need for compensation. 

 Explore how you can combine spectral cytometry with bright, stable and highly-efficient fluorophores to elevate your experiments. 

Download this article to discover:
• How to improve signal resolution for rare cell subsets
• The best fluorescent dyes for highly accurate, reproducible data
• How to tackle the issue of autofluorescence

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