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  Flow Cytometry  Facility, Center for Medical Research (ZMF), Medical University of Graz     The Flow Cytometry Facility at the Center for Medical Research (ZMF) of the Medical University of Graz provides state-of-the-art instrumentation and expert technical assistance to users for the successful performance of flow cytometry based studies. The goal of the facility staff is both to support current research applications and to continuously extend the repertoire of flow cytometric methods available to scientists at the ZMF. The facility is equipped with two flow cytometers for advanced multicolour analytical flow cytometry, CytoFLEX S (13-color) and LSR II (14-color). For viable cell sorting, the facility operates a high-speed digital cell sorter (BD FACSAria IIIu) for isolation of multiple sub-populations of cells. In addition, a multiplex suspension array system (BioPlex-200) based on Luminex xMAP technology is available that per...
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Created by: Jennifer   Created on: 2015-02-16T15:08:42.979+0100   Modified by: Jennifer   Modified on: 2015-10-06T13:08:03.752+0200
Core Facility Imaging, Team Flow Cytometry in Graz   [[ Flow Cytometry Medical University of Vienna ]]          
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Created by: Gerhard   Created on: 2015-09-09T13:40:28.761+0200   Modified by: Gerhard   Modified on: 2015-09-09T13:42:39.325+0200
Flow cytometry at Medical University of Vienna   Ultra-High-Speed Sorting & High-End Analysis of biological material Flow cytometry has become an essential and widespread resource for the study of biological material. To fully exploit this technology, great experience and expertise is needed but this is not always available. For this purpose the core facility flow cytometry centralizes instrumentation with experienced staff to offer Ultra-High-Speed Sorting and High-End Analysis.  http://corefacilities.meduniwien.ac.at/flow-cytometry/?L=1   contact Andreas Spittler, MD, Associate Professor for Pathophysiology email: andreas.spittler@meduniwien.ac.at phone: + 43 (0)1 40400 - 73540
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