Being able to run a successful flow cytometry experiment is a particularly useful transferable skill, with the technique prevalent in a variety of workplace settings, including the clinical environment, regulated pharmaceutical laboratories, biotech companies and ecological research.
The more you can understand about what is under the hood, the better your experiments will be.
Download this guide to discover tips on:
- Sample preparation
- Fluorescence, fluorochromes and your antigens
- Your cytometer
- Data analysis