Introducing a new instrument to the Cancer Center Flow Cytometry Core Facility:. The LSR II by Becton Dickinson. BD LSR II. New technology in the BD LSRII optics and digital electronics have created a more sensitive flow cytometer that yields more information from each sample.
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The LSR II by Becton Dickinson
The LSRII is fully configurable with three fixed-aligned, air cooled lasers.
The 488nm blue laser detects four wavelengths at once, allowing for more versatile experimentation.
The optical system of the 633 HeNe red laser can detect both APC and APC-Cy7 simultaneously.
A third 405nm violet laser has two detectors, making it capable to analyze experiments including ECFP, Alexa Fluor 405, Pacific blue or side population.Up to 8-color detection
Eight-color detection with many combinations air cooled lasers.
of fluorochromes and fluorescent proteins.
Simplify operational efficiency using:
To set up time for a demonstration, analysis or training please contact Dr. Phil Streeter or Miranda Boyd.
Also, feel free to stop by the facility in the VA Research Center Building 103 room E147.
Philip R. Streeter Ph.D.
(503)220-8262 x56874Flow Cytometry Core Facility