Broomfield, CO, USA · North America
Health · Education · Biotechnology · DeepTech
FluoroFinder was created by a group of scientists from the University of Colorado Medical School research laboratories. The idea was guided by countless individuals and led by Roland Marcus after he went through the process of designing and developing 10- color flow cytometry experiments using intracellular markers and multiple secondary conjugates. The soft approach to learning flow cytometry, right? After watching other talented people painfully learn to utilize the power of flow cytometry, it became obvious that something needed to be done. Based on those experiences, one simple question led to the development of FluoroFinder: If we can control DNA, proteins and cellular processes, why can’t we streamline panel design?
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