Improvements in instrument design and computing power and the increased availability of fluorescent agents have led to an increased usage of flow cytometry in both the research and clinical settings. Flow Cytometry: Principles and Applications provides a comprehensive introduction to data interpretation, quality control procedures, pitfalls and problems, in addition to detailed protocols from leading authorities with extensive practical experience in flow cytometry. Flow Cytometry: Principles and Applications also presents the principles and potential of flow cytometry to assess many functional aspects of cells.
This is an essential handbook and reference to both new and experienced flow cytometry users.
Marion G. Macey, phd
Consultant Clinical Scientist Professor of Immunohaematology Department of Haematology The Royal London Hospital London, United Kingdom
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