Flow Cytometry Core

The Ragon Institute Flow Core provides access to a range of different instrumentation for flow cytometry, a technique that enables researchers to identify and quantify different cell types within a sample by measuring the presence of fluorescent markers used to label the cells.

The Flow Core provides access to four sorting flow cytometers capable of analyzing plates or anywhere from 2 to 6 bulk populations at a time, 6 analyzers for up to 18 or 29 color analysis, as well as Luminex assay platforms. We offer training for self-run options and experimental design support. Our expert staff can also run any of our machines for you.

Director

Michael Waring

Director

(857) 268-7069

Machines, Software, and Prices

We offer access to eleven flow cytometers, including two cell sorters housed in biosafety cabinets to allow safe processing of healthy or infectious human samples.

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Policy for Core Users

We welcome external users at the Ragon Flow Core. Both Internal and External users should review the guidelines below on how to get started.

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Cores and Platforms

Our cores and platform staff provide scientific support across the entire institute, making our scientific resources available to workforce and collaborators.

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Lab Staff

Our lab staff, comprised of students, postdocs, technicians, and scientists, is responsible for the hands-on research work at the Ragon.

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Resources

Ragon-supported resources, including cores available for use by external partners, that support immunology and infectious disease research.

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