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121. NK cell analysis using CD16PE and CD56PE - (reply: 2)
122. What does the m stand for in mBanana, mApple, mOrrange, mCherry etc.? - (reply: 2)
123. FACS sheath buffer composition - (reply: 5)
124. GFP cells intracellular staining - (reply: 1)
125. cell sycle and proliferation - (reply: 3)
126. annexin V - (reply: 3)
127. Additional peaks in cell cycle assay - Can 37C incubation cause clumping of fixed cells? (reply: 6)
128. Detection of Apoptosis by Annexin V PI staining - (reply: 1)
129. GFP and PE - (reply: 4)
130. HEKs suitable for FACS? - (reply: 3)
131. Question - FACS analysis (reply: 2)
132. What causes autofluorescence? - (reply: 7)
133. isotype control for GFP expressing cells? - (reply: 2)
134. Problems about detection of apoptotic cells using Annexin V/PI staining - (reply: 2)
135. Cell cycle analysis after viral transduction - Shift of peak (reply: 1)
136. Cell Cycle Analysis flow cytometry - How to measure desynchronisation rate of cells (reply: 1)
137. Fixing cells before staining of surface markers - (reply: 1)
138. Membrane fluidity by flow cytometry - (reply: 3)
139. Dot plot cell cycle analysis-strange dots - (reply: 4)
140. Apoptosis vs Viable Cells vs Necrosis (Annexin/PI Staining) - Which quadrants to sum up? (reply: 4)
141. what the different between mean and geo-mean in FACS analysis - (reply: 1)
142. Flow cytometry and cytokines - Beginning and collection (reply: 4)
143. cell loss during antibody staining for flow cytometry - FACS staining protocol (reply: 5)
144. FlowJo Software - bi-exp dotplot vs log-log plot - Graph Axes (reply: 3)
145. What does the shift in G0/G1 tell us? - (reply: 6)
146. LSK (Lineage-/c-kit+/sca-1-) absolute number determination using FACS - (reply: 1)
147. how to compensate the cell death during transfection by electroporation - (reply: 2)
148. Help me explain the FACS results - Help (reply: 5)
149. Help for cell preparation for FACS... - (reply: 1)
150. Clinical 8 color - (reply: 1)

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