BD Influx cell sorter

    Facility/equipment: Equipment

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      CMCA@Perkins, (M519), Level 3, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, 6 Verdun St, Perth WA 6009


    Equipments Details


    The cell sorter allows the simultaneous separation of up to four pure populations from a heterogenous suspension sample at a speed of up to 90,000 cells per second.

    Separation is based on the detection of fluorescent markers on cells, nuclei, bacteria or phytoplankton from 200nm – 60µm in size.

    The collected cells or particles may be used for subsequent analysis, tissue culture or injection into experimental animal models. It also generates bivariate dot-plots and histograms which can be used to calculate population statistics and changes in mean-fluorescence intensity within the sample.

    Research technique

    • Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting (FACS)
    • Index sorting


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