Build Better Panels Faster
Flow cytometry panel design has become increasingly complex as cytometer technology enables larger multi-color flow cytometry panels. Researchers often spend hours scouring antibody supplier catalogs for data on antibody titration, antigen density and spectral analysis. Fortunately, FluoroFinder’s flow cytometry panel builder tool automates the panel design process enabling scientists to build better panels faster.
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How will FluoroFinder Accelerate Your Research?
4 Reasons to Use FluoroFinder
1Time and Cost Savings
- Ability to build a 4 or 18 color panel in minutes instead of hours or days
- Access the Flow Cytometers YOU use
- Quickly find available products that fit in your machine AND work together
- Flexible for beginners through expert users
- Designed for the experiment life-cycle
- Mistakes cost a scientist thousands of dollars
- Avoid setbacks of weeks or even months
- Save time wasted re-running experiments
- Reduce the overall cost of the experiment
- Minimize loss of precious samples
3Complete Panel Building Support Service
- Access to application specialists for all your design questions
- Updates on availability of new colors and advancements in Flow Cytometry
- Secure and safe storage of digital records of your experiments
- One stop for product selection giving visibility to data sheets, pricing and availability with ordering information
- Multiple resources in one place – 200+ fluors, relative brightness for each, and access to spectra viewers
- Digital worksheet enables centralized view of panel with channels, filters, available colors, and products
- See new fluors and where they run on YOUR cytometers
- Find new products from multiple companies and match them to your cytometer and panel
- Enabling secure collaboration with email, print, review and save functionality
Featured Scientist: Shrinivas Bishu
Shrinivas Bishu, MD, is a gastroenterologist at the University of Michigan who splits his time equally between research and the clinic. His specialty is Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, collectively called inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Dr. Bishu is currently studying tissue resident memory t cells and the transcription factor IRF5 in maintaining Gastro Intestinal (GI) homeostasis using Citrobacter as a model. Patients with hyper-functioning IRF5, a known IBD risk allele, have increased production of IL-23 and IL-12 which drives the pathogenic t cell response that predisposes them to colitis. Dr. Bishu’s ultimate goal is to identify patients who will benefit from targeted therapy. He has used FluoroFinder many times to efficiently build complex multicolor panels that are customized to work with the UMich cytometers. Dr. Bishu is also able to easily spread his fluorochrome choices across different lasers and minimize compensation complications using the multivendor SpectraViewer.