In the last two years, Bio-Rad has launched nine StarBright Violet and seven StarBright UltraViolet Dyes – a unique set of proprietary, fluorescent nanoparticles specially designed for flow cytometry.
In this webinar, we will demonstrate how the exceptional brightness of StarBright UltraViolet Dyes, along with their narrow excitation and emission profiles, stability, and compatibility can help overcome common challenges when building flow cytometry panels.
You will discover how easily they can fit into existing panels and be used in conventional and spectral flow cytometry experiments with high-parameter examples.
This webinar is recommended for both novices and researchers with some experience in flow cytometry.
Mike Blundell, Ph.D.,
Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Mike Blundell graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a BSc (Hons). in Immunology. He then moved to University College London, where he joined the group of Prof. Adrian Thrasher and obtained his Ph.D. His thesis research was focused on the primary immunodeficiency Wiskott Aldrich Syndrome, and he contributed to over 50 peer-reviewed papers. He investigated novel activating mutations and developed lentiviral vectors for gene therapy treatments, which have now been successfully used in clinical trials. Mike left academia in 2015 to become a product manager for flow cytometry reagents at Bio-Rad.