Cytometry and Cell Sorting

Microscopy Core

Flow cytometry is a powerful technology used to measure different aspects of a cell or particles in real time and high throughput. Measurements are acquired optically by using different lasers to detect fluorophores; multi-parameter analysis of up to 18 parameters can be measured. Applications include immunophenotyping, cell cycle, intracellular fluorophore detection (ex GFP, RFP), among many others. These assays can utilize cell sorting technology, which physically isolates populations of interest for downstream applications including cell culture, RNA/microarray analysis, single cell cloning, and many more. Sorting of viable biohazardous material can be accommodated in our BSL2 or BSL3 laboratories. Flow cytometry is adaptable and can be tailored to your particular inquiry; contact the core staff to discuss if this technology is the best choice for your research needs.

 
Contact Us
Core email: cytometry@med.nyu.edu
Core information phone: 212-263-5907
 
Location
NYULMC
Skirball 3rd floor, Lab 8
540 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016
212-263-5907
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Bellevue Hospital
OB-CD Building, Room 645/7
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016
212-263-5063
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BSL-3 Sorting Facility
Smilow 10th floor, 1009E
540 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016
646-501-0592
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