CTEGD CSRL is open with a mask requirement, social distancing and equipment sanitizing.
The CTEGD Cytometry Shared Resource Laboratory provides researchers at UGA and across the scientific community with access to state-of-the-art flow cytometry analyzers including a Luminex multiplexing instrument, an imaging flow cytometer and flow cytometry cell sorters. The facility, co-located with the Center for Tropical and Emerging Global Diseases also provides expert advice and consultation for the design and analysis of flow experiments.
We are committed to educating researchers at all levels of expertise in the understanding of the concept and operation of flow cytometry equipment and the correct interpretation of flow data.
The CSRL includes two off-campus flow cores. An analyzer and a user-friendly sorter can be found at the Center for Molecular Medicine. In addition, the CVM Cytometry Core Facility provides expertise and training in general principles of flow cytometry, flow sorting, confocal microscopy and bead-based multiplexing technology.
- 11 steps to a Successful Flow Cytometry Experiment
- Life Technologies Flow Cytometry Tutorials
- Life Technologies SpectraViewer (device to determine fluorescence emission and excitation of dyes and their spectral overlaps)
- Flow Cytometry Illustrated Assay Novus Biologicals
- Introduction to Flow Cytometry Bio-Rad
- Flow Cytometry Explained