Get more insightful results with complementary technologies - automated imaging and flow cytometry
Flow cytometry and automated imaging are both widely used technologies in laboratories worldwide. With flow cytometry, scientists can do a rapid analysis based on more than 20 parameters on vast numbers of single cells in suspension at an exceptionally high throughput, gaining population level information quickly, whilst automated imaging visualises cells and their subcellular structures in a tissue-like context, allowing more parameters to be evaluated and analysed. Both techniques can be used in studies of 3D cell assays, allowing insights to be gained from more physiologically relevant cell models.
Join experts from Molecular Devices and Beckman Coulter on Thursday the 16th of July as they discuss these technologies, and how they can be used together to acquire and analyse more data, leading to more insightful experimental results.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- The advantages of using automated imaging techniques in your research
- The advantages of using flow cytometry techniques in your research
- How these techniques can be combined to gain additional insights
- How these techniques complement each other when analysing 3D cell assays and models