IU Bloomington Flow Cytometry Core Facility

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IU Bloomington Flow Cytometry Core Facility

Manager:   Christiane Hassel, MS
Director:   Dr. John Foley
Associate Director:   Dr. Kris Klueg

Website:  http://www.indiana.edu/~fccf/

The IU Bloomington Flow Cytometry Core Facility (FCCF) offers flow cytometry analysis and cell sorting services. It houses the FACS Aria II, a state-of-the-art sorter/analyzer capable of analyzing fourteen colors and seventeen parameters, the COPAS Select, a Drosophila embryo and large particle sorter, the LSRII, a thirteen-color analyzer with HTS option, the FACSCalibur, a four-color analyzer, as well as Z2 Coulter counter technology used for determining cell concentration and size distribution. Services include technician assisted sorting, as well as training for analyzers and Coulter instruments. Help with experimental design is also available. NEWLY ADDED SUMMER 2017! – Miltenyi MACSQuant VYB mobile flow cytometer – 3 laser, 8 parameter instrument on a cart. Multi-well and absolute counting capabilities.

Policies: Services Offered:
  • FACSAria II High Speed Cell Sorter, Fourteen-color Analyzer
  • FACSCalibur Four-color Analyzer
  • COPAS Select Drosophila Embryo and Large Particle Sorter
  • LSRII/HTS Thirteen-color Analyzer with 96-well plate sampler option
  • MACSQuant VYB 3-laser, 8-color mobile flow cytometer
  • Z2 Coulter Cell and Particle Counter
Categories for this Core: Keywords for this Core:
Flow cytometry analysis, Cell Sorting, Large particle sorter, Mobile Flow cytometry

Contact Information:
Christiane Hassel
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