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SOEST Flow Cytometry Facility

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  1. Core Laboratory


  1. Resource Description
    "The Flow Cytometry Facility, operated out of the School for Ocean, Earth Sciences and Technology at the University of Hawaii, provides state of the art instrumentation for analyzing and sorting particles. Flow cytometers detect particles based on their size (scatter) and fluorescence (auto or imparted by a dye). These particles can be enumerated or simply characterized as to their scatter and fluorescence characteristics. Multiple populations can be separated visually and if desired, physically, based on these properties. Flow cytometers work ideally with cells in the 0.2 - 200 µm diameter size range and cell concentrations as low as 1000 cells/ml."
  2. Additional Name
    Cell sorting facility
  3. Contact
    Selph, Karen
  4. PI
    Selph, Karen
  5. Affiliation
    School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST), University of Hawaii at Manoa Organized Research Units
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  7. Director
    Selph, Karen
  8. Secondary affiliation
    Department of Oceanography, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology
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