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Flow and Imaging Cytometry Resource (PCMM)

Director: Barteneva, Natasha, M.D., Ph.D.

Location: Immune Disease Institute, Harvard Medical School, 200 Longwood Avenue, Armenise Building RMs 166, 237, 239, Boston, MA 02115

Core Summary:

The Flow and Imaging Cytometry Resource provides research flow and imaging cytometry services to all investigators in the PCIMM at Children's Hospital, Boston and Immune Disease Institute, HMS and the local scientific community on a case-by-case basis. With state of the art instrumentation, such as the standard configuration 3-lasers FACSAria located in BL2+-facility, 20-parameters 4-lasers FACSAria SORP and DIVA FACSVantage SE TurboSort™, the facility offers high speed cell sorting and complex analytical services, development of collaborative projects as well as consulting on design and development of new protocols and methods.

Institutions:
  • Boston Children's Hospital
  • Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine at Children's Hospital (PCMM)
Personnel/Contact Information:

Director: Barteneva, Natasha, M.D., Ph.D.
Phone: (617) 713-8930
Email

Member: Ketman, Ken
Role: Engineer, Flow and Imaging Cytometry Resource
Phone: (617) 713-8932
Email

Member: Hillabrant, Julia
Role: Research Assistant
Phone: (617) 713-8934
Email

Facilities and Equipment:

Location of Core: Immune Disease Institute, Harvard Medical School, 200 Longwood Avenue, Armenise Building RMs 166, 237, 239, Boston, MA 02115

Major Equipment:

  • BD FACSAria
  • BD FACSAria 2 SORP
  • BD FACSAria IIU
  • BD FACSCalibur flow cytometer
  • BD FACS Vantage-DiVa
  • BD FASCSCanto2 digital multi-color cytometer
  • Imagestream 100 flow cytometer
Services:
  • Flow cytometry equipment access service

    "Provides institute investigators with state-of-the-art equipment along with human expertise to support cell sorting (separation), acquisition, and analysis of flow and imaging cytometric data."

  • Flow cytometry training service

    "Offering comprehensive training, consultation for maximizing the efficiency of the experiments and collaborative development of new methods and applications."


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Last updated: 2013-05-14T10:53:37.840-05:00