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Have Easy-To-Use Cell Sorters Finally Arrived?

April 14, 2014 2:25 pm | by Robert Archer, Ph.D., Bio-Rad Laboratories | White Papers

Patience may be a virtue. But in a lab that’s bustling with scientists conducting meaningful biological research, excessive waiting can be downright frustrating. Such was the case leading up to 2012, when researchers at The University of Chicago Flow Cytometry Core Facility— known as UCFlow— would routinely wait as long as 16 days to be able to sort cells. 

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