Flow Cytometry Facility

Location: Kovler Room 037

NEW FLOW CYTOMETRY SERVICES AND FEE STRUCTURE!!!

 

Flow Cytometry ( ):
Cytometry is a process in which physical and/or chemical characteristics of single cells, or by extension, of other biological or nonbiological particles in roughly the same size range, are measured. In flow cytometry, the measurements are made as the cells or particles pass through the measuring apparatus, a flow cytometer, in a fluid stream.

-Shapiro, H., Practical Flow Cytometry-Fourth Edition, 2003.

The Flow Cytometry Facility at the University of Chicago provides instrumentation, education, and expertise for all your flow cytometry needs. We encourage you to explore our services outlined in this web site.

University of Chicago • Marjorie B. Kovler Building • 910 E. 58th St. • Chicago, IL

Technical Director

Ryan Duggan

702-9212 or -5582

rduggan@flowcity.bsd.uchicago.edu

Scientific Director

Anne Sperling, PhD.

asperlin@medicine.bsd.uchicago.edu

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