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Flow Cytometry


Flow cytometry is a widely recognized cell biology technique, which utilizes light to count and profile cells separately; albeit the cells being present in a heterogenous mixture.

Fluorescently-tagged antibodies are used to segregate sub-populations and can be combined with fluorescent dyes that specifically target structures characteristic of specific events, e.g. cell death, activation or cell division.

Flow cytometry is essential for both the pioneering work in elucidating disease mechanisms and for diagnosis and monitoring of many diseases.

The Core Facility offer state-of-the-art flow cytometry  

Our aim is to provide the best possible services and highest quality equipment to researchers at SDU, OUH and non-University researchers.

We are pleased to welcome all users of any level of experience.

Last Updated 19.10.2023