Immediate Access to the Recorded Webinar
Flow cytometry relies on fluorophores conjugated to antibodies to detect markers of interest both on the cell surface and intracellular. Fluorophores are molecules that accept light energy at a given wavelength, in flow cytometry from lasers, and rapidly emit this light at a longer wavelength.
In this webinar, you will learn:
Why you need compensation controls and how to perform them correctly, and why fluorescent minus one controls are essential for confirmation of staining, especially in large panels.
Sharon Sanderson, PhD,
Flow Cytometry Research Associate,
Life Science Group at Bio-Rad
Sharon Sanderson, PhD, is a Flow Cytometry Research Associate for Bio-Rad. She obtained her degree in Molecular Biology from The University of Manchester before moving to The Institute of Cancer Research obtaining a PhD in Cell Biology from the University of London, with her thesis focusing on Angiogenesis. Sharon then moved to the University of Oxford where she worked for 13 years, initially continuing with research in the cancer field before moving into immunology research.