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Radboudumc Technology Center Flowcytometry

The Radboud flow cytometry technology center is located at the Laboratory of Hematology, Department of Laboratory Medicine at the Radboud University Medical Center. The facility offers state of the art Flow Cytometry and is located at the Radboudumc main entrance, Geert Grooteplein Zuid 10, NIG Building M379 room number 4.148 (route number 475).

Phone number +31 24 15232

 

 

Flow cytometry Expertise and services

Flow cytometry is a sophisticated technique of single cell analysis. It simultaneously measures and analyzes multiple physical characteristics of single particles, usually cells, as they flow in a fluid stream through a beam of light. Some of the characteristics measured include a particle's relative size, granularity or internal complexity and relative fluorescence intensity.

 

Services

  • Access to flow cytometry analyzers and a flow cytometry sorter
  • Advice on multi-color experimental design and data interpretation
  • Personal assistance for analysis available by appointment
  • Extensive training on analyzers
  • Training and education in flow cytometry
  • High-end, supervised cell sorting (for more information/reservation please visit the website)

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Access to RFTC equipment is restricted to registered users who have been properly trained.
First time users should always contact RFTC staff members for initial consultation.
Sharing of accounts (logins) is explicitly prohibited and will result in termination of access to all facilities for the owner of the account.
Cancellation should be done at least 12 hrs ahead otherwise the RFTC reserves the right to charge for any time that is reserved on the calendars but is not used.

For more information please contact: rob.woestenenk@radboudumc.nl

http://www.radboudumc.nl/en/flowcytometry