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Flow Cytometry Service Group

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Group leader:

Ann Atzberger

 

Group members:
Kerstin Richter

Nana Fukuda

 

 

The Flow Cytometry Facility 

The facility provides a centralized flow cytometry and cell sorting service to researchers and collaborators at the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research. It covers a wide range of applications that include mouse satellite cells, lung endothelial cells, cardiomyocytes, and diverse samples for gene expression, cell cycle and multi-colour phenotyping.   

 

 

Cell sorters  
 
BioSorter

The BioSorter is a large particle sorter equipped with all options for isolating a range of different sized entities e.g. mouse pancreatic islets, adipocytes, myofibers and zebrafish.

Sorted cells. Photo: MPI for Heart and Lung Research
 
FACSAriaII1 sorter

This state-of-the-art cell sorter has 4-lasers and 11 fluorescence emission channels.    

 

JSAN Cell sorter

These instruments contain a 488nm-laser with 4 fluorescence emission channels.  

 

DEPArray sorter

The DEPArray uses a six-channel fluorescent microscope and CCD camera to capture images and identify cells. Dielectrophoresis (DEP) is used to capture individual cells in “DEP cages” that are then moved into the holding chamber for isolation and recovery.

 

MACS-Classic sorter

This magnetic bead based sorter is used for the pre-enrichment of rare populations.

 

Analyzers  

 

LSR Fortessa

5-lasers with 18 emission channels.    

 

FacsCanto

3-Lasers with 9-emission channels 

Cytometry Meeting 2016 at the MPI for Heart and Lung Research. Photo: MPI for Heart and Lung Research

Contact

 

Facility Manager

Ann Atzberger

Office: +49-6032-705-1774                                                                                                                                           Lab:     +49-6032-705-1701

  

Group members

Kerstin Richter

Phone: +49 6032 705-1701 

 

Nana Fukuda

Phone: +49 6032 705-1306

 

 

 

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