In this webinar series, ZE5 users and in-house experts share their insights and tips for using the ZE5 Cell Analyzer in a flow cytometry lab. Join us for the next webinar in our series or view a previously recorded webinar on demand.
Fast and Furious Flow Cytometry
Dan Fox, Director of R&D at Propel Labs
March 22, 2017, 9:00 AM PST | 4:00 PM GMT
In this 30 minute webinar, participants will gain valuable insight into: 1. The primary contributors to instrument speed — sample handling and event rate. 2. How advanced engineering and integrated instrument development unlock high analytical throughput.
An Early Adopter's Perspective on Using the Ze5 Cell Analyzer in a Flow Core Facility
Rebecca Roberts, PhD, Flow Cytometry Assistant at the Babraham Institute
December 13, 2016, 9:00 AM PST
In this 35-minute webinar, participants will gain valuable insight into: 1. How the integrated universal plate holder speeds up analysis and the ZE5-EYE ensures consistency
Using the ZE5 Cell Analyzer's Everest Software to Set Up and Analyze Data from Complex and Simple Panels
Dave Adams, Managing Director of the University of Michigan Flow Cytometry Core Center
October 12, 2017, 9:00 AM Pacific time
Adams will illustrate how Everest Software is used for setting up both high- and low-parameter experiments in his core lab.
When Small Matters — See How the ZE5 Cell Analyzer Can Help
Yasha Talaga, MSc, Applications and Collaborations Product Manager, Cell Biology at Bio-Rad Laboratories
Session 1: June 26, 2018, 6:00 AM Pacific time, 3:00 PM Central European time
Session 2: June 26, 2018, 4:00 PM Pacific time, June 27, 2018, 7:00 AM Singapore time
Exosomes are involved in many disease processes. As messengers, exosomes may contain useful biomarkers and have become a key area of interest in research.
Implementing new flow cytometers in a shared resource laboratory
Michael Gregory, Technical Director of the Cytometry and Cell Sorting Laboratory at New York University Langone Health Center
Session 1: September 26, 2018, 7 AM Pacific Time
Session 2: September 26, 2018, 11 AM Pacific Time
Flow cytometry users already accustomed to an established instrument often do not readily switch to new instruments. When the NYU Langone Health Center Cytometry and Cell Sorting Laboratory acquired two ZE5 Cell Analyzers, the lab addressed this challenge by making use of the new capacity the instruments offered, while ensuring users they would now be able to generate the best data possible. The lab implemented a program designed to demonstrate new instrument capabilities, compare data quality to currently used instruments, encourage participation in comprehensive instrument training, and provide hands-on experience. The ZE5 Cell Analyzers aided this program greatly as the new and improved features, data quality, user experience, and ease of use all contributed to a dramatic rise in instrument use.
A 16-color flow cytometry panel to monitor checkpoint inhibitor expression and T-cell exhaustion following treatment with the PD1 inhibitor nivolumab
Angie Green, PhD, Senior Scientist
Session 1: November 6, 2018, 8:00 AM Pacific time, 4:00 PM Greenwich mean time
Session 2: November 6, 2018, 4:00 PM Pacific time, November 7, 2018, 8:00 AM Singapore time
The immune system has evolved sophisticated mechanisms to avoid attacking the host body. One such mechanism, T-cell exhaustion, shuts down effector T-cells. Cancer cells exploit T-cell exhaustion to escape being targeted by the immue system. Recently, researchers have used MAO drugs to block suppressive cell surface markers to reinvigorate T-cells, restoring their ability to clear cancer cells from the body.
We designed a flow cytometry panel to examine in-depth changes to the T-cell phenotype, exhaustion, and cellular subset identity markers before and after chronic stimulation and in combination with a monoclonal antibody drug treatment targeting the PD1 receptor.
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