Partnership : NIH Raman Flow Cytometry Bioengineering Research Partnership

Profile

This multidisciplinary effort, led by LJBI Professor John Nolan, aims to extend the capabilities for multiplexed and multiparameter analysis of cells and cells systems by developing new flow cytometry instrumentation, reagents, and assays. The Partnership also includes scientists at the University of Alberta, Darkling Instruments, and Stanford University as well as several industrial partners.

Collaboration

De Novo Software is an active participant in the NIH Raman Flow Cytometry Bioengineering Research Partnership. De Novo Software is helping to develop new analysis and display capabilities to support spectral flow cytometry efforts, including Raman Flow Cytometry.