Flow Cytometry

Authored by: J. Paul Robinson

Encyclopedia of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, Second Edition

Print publication date:  May  2008
Online publication date:  May  2008

Print ISBN: 9781420078022
eBook ISBN: 9781498761437
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The essential principle of flow cytometry is that single particles suspended within a stream of liquid are interrogated individually in a very short time as they pass through a light source focused at a very small region. This entry provides a detailed overview of flow cytometry and discusses its applications in clinical science.

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