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Arizona State University Biodesign Fluorescence Assisted Cell Sorting Facility

1001 S McAllister Ave, Tempe, AZ 85281Department: Biodesign Center for Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology College/Unit: BIODESIGN INSTITUTE Description: The FACS core facility serves to support research activities of faculty members, research scientists and students at ASU, as well as the scientific community in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The major application of FACS is to identify and isolate various populations of cells. This is based on size and granularity of the cells, and the color of fluorochromes applied to or expressed by the cells, e.g., via expression of fluorescence protein genes. The facility currently has a bench top analyzer (FACScalibur), and a high-speed cell sorter (FACSAria), both of which were obtained from Becton Dickinson Biosciences. A part-time research technician is responsible for operation and maintenance of this facility.

Arizona State University Biodesign Fluorescence Assisted Cell Sorting Facility

1001 South McAllister Avenue Tempe, AZ, 85281 United StatesDepartment: Biodesign Center for Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology College/Unit: BIODESIGN INSTITUTE Description: The FACS core facility serves to support research activities of faculty members, research scientists and students at ASU, as well as the scientific community in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The major application of FACS is to identify and isolate various populations of cells. This is based on size and granularity of the cells, and the color of fluorochromes applied to or expressed by the cells, e.g., via expression of fluorescence protein genes. The facility currently has a bench top analyzer (FACScalibur), and a high-speed cell sorter (FACSAria), both of which were obtained from Becton Dickinson Biosciences. A part-time research technician is responsible for operation and maintenance of this facility.