We’re Going to Be at CYTO 2022!
Visit us at Booth 113 to learn about recent exciting advances in instrumentation and reagents and check out two key commercial tutorials led by experts.
Come see us in Philadelphia!
From June 3 to 7, we’re taking part in CYTO® 2022, exploring developments in flow and imaging cytometry, advanced microscopy, data evaluation, fluorescent reagents and more. This year’s theme is Cytometry in Cellicon Valley: A Focus on Cell and Immunotherapy. Philadelphia, home to a number of distinguished universities and startups, is a city full of innovative research and technology. Visit us at Booth 113 to learn about recent exciting advances in instrumentation and reagents and how cytometry powered by time-of-flight is more accessible and affordable than ever.
Thiru Selvanantham, PhD, and Noah Saederup, PhD, Senior Product Managers, will be joined by Philip Hobson, PhD, Deputy Head of Flow Cytometry at the Francis Crick Institute, for a tutorial titled Getting a Fast Turnaround During a Crisis: the Maxpar® Direct™ Assay and CyTOF® XT™ in a Shared Resource Laboratory.
Thomas Ashhurst, PhD, High-Dimensional Cytometry Specialist at the University of Sydney, will present Integration and Analysis of High-Dimensional Single-Cell Cytometry and Imaging Data in a Murine Model of Viral Encephalitis.
Please join us for these two tutorials, several poster sessions and a look at our latest technologies!
Read more about the meeting and see the program here.
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