I'm writing an article for The Scientist (http://126.96.36.199) on
flow cytometry products and research directions. If you have worked
on developing methods and/or instruments, or if you've worked quite a
bit with flow cytometry, I'd like your input.
Please respond to jkling at nasw.org, and indicate your full name and
title as you'd like to be quoted, so that I can properly attribute
your remarks. Thanks.
1) What features on your flow cytometer do you like the most? Which
features do you wish it had and why?
4) What trends do you see in the instruments? Are there
particular features or designs that are gaining in popularity, or
others that seem to be fading?
3) Are there trends in research that are affecting the design of the
cytometers -- if so, what are companies doing to meet those needs?
4) What new avenues of research are going on in flow cytometry? Any
new techniques or technologies that could really impact how things are
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