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flow cytometry

[¦flō sī¦täm·ə·trē]
(cell and molecular biology)
A technique for optical analysis and separation of cells and metaphase chromosomes based on light scattering and fluorescence.
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The world flow cytometry market is poised to grow at a significant pace, owing to rising adoption of advanced instruments, growing popularity of flow cytometry reagents in diagnosis, recurring sales from replaceable components and consumables, and rising prevalence of diseases such as cancer and HIV.
High diagnosis rates, increasing count of research activities, growing adoption in diagnosis of solid tumors and hematological malignancies, rising incidences of cancer, and high rate of HIV tests per capita in Austria would continue to bolster flow cytometry market in Austria.
These devices will meet the needs of more than 10 companies operating in the Life Sciences EPFL research groups, and belong to the state of the modern flow cytometry.
BD Life Sciences reported on Monday the formation of a strategic partnership to integrate its flow cytometry data acquisition software with FlowJo's data analysis platform for the research market.
The introduction of flow cytometry as a diagnostic tool has been a lengthy process.
TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Flow Cytometry market to grow at a CAGR of 10.
Quantitative Imaging Cytometry is an emerging area with extraordinary potential for cancer research," stated Nicholas Tonks, Ph.
Because strong correlations between the data derived from ELISPOT, tetramer assays, and intracellular cytokine staining for IFN-[gamma] were previously observed (14), vaccinia-specific T cells could be detected by flow cytometry only a few days after immunization with vaccinia virus.
Quantitative flow cytometry, QFCM, has been advocated for the interlaboratory data comparison and the quality control of clinical flow cytometry for about a decade (1, 2).
A group of Los Alamos scientists led by Richard Keller, Babetta Marrone, and James Jett has built upon earlier flow cytometry technology to create a device that allows public health officials and others to study bacteria at the molecular level, differentiating between individual strains more quickly and with greater accuracy than was possible before.
Flow cytometry provides rapid analysis of multiple characteristics of single cells.