From large cells to nuclei: Key considerations for everyday sorting applications
28 May 2020
Cell sorting has become an indispensable tool used for isolation of different samples ranging from large tumor cells and neurons, to small nuclei and bacteria. Even as cell sorters become automated and easier to use, challenges associated with sorting these biological samples continue to exist.
Join this educational webinar with applications scientist Dr. Miro Koulnis to learn about the key aspects of sorting that should be considered to ensure optimal sorting results for different applications.
In this webinar you will
- Review first principles of cell analysis by flow cytometry
- Learn about the key considerations for setting up your sorting experiment with a focus on optimizing sample prep, instrument parameters, and post-sort analysis
- Understand best practices for optimal sorting of large, fragile cells, immunophenotyping panels, and nuclei
Who should attend?
This webinar will benefit all researchers who are new to sorting or are considering using cell sorting for single-cell isolation of large cells or purifying nuclei samples for RNA sequencing analysis.
Certificate of attendance
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance and a learning outcomes summary document for continuing education purposes.