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The use of flow cytometry in research has boomed since the mid-1980s. Until now, it has been widely used in varies of fields, such as immunology, cell biology, pathology, microbiology, and so on. It can be used for
  • Immunophenotyping
  • DNA cell cycle/tumor ploidy
  • Membrane potential
  • Ion flux
  • Cell viability
  • Intracellular protein staining
  • pH changes
  • Cell tracking and proliferation
  • Sorting
  • Redox state
  • Chromatin structure
  • Total protein
  • Lipids
  • Surface charge
  • Membrane fusion/runover
  • Enzyme activity
  • Oxidative metabolism
  • Sulfhydryl groups/glutathione
  • DNA synthesis
  • DNA degradation
  • Gene expression



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