Cytometry

ICBR-Cytometry@ad.ufl.edu   ///  (352) 273-6032   ///    RRID:SCR_019119 
Cytometers, Confocal Microscopes, Histology, In-Vivo Imaging & More

CORE OVERVIEW

The Cytometry core offers project consultingexperimental design and optimization to help researchers with large-scale and small-scale experiments acquired on our sorters and cytometry instruments. We coordinate closely with other ICBR cores (Next-Gen Sequencing, Gene Expression, Bioinformatics, Monoclonal Antibody, Electron Microscopy and Proteomics) on shared projects. Our core offers a full suite of services from staff assisted services to training courses for all users, as well as instrument training for 24/7 access to our self-service equipment usage.

The Flow Cytometry core provides a variety of tools and staff expertise for both live and fixed cell analysis. The laboratory incorporates numerous flow cytometers, from simple entry-level instruments to high-end 5-laser, 17-parameter instruments as well as a spectral cytometer to analyze your cells. We have  3 FACS ARIA’s and a SONY SH800 sorters to help users sort  your cells of interest. In addition, the laboratory offers a suite of microscopy equipment for self-service users. The microscopes are well equipped with a variety of excitation lines from near UV to red and can collect a variety of emission colors (depending on dye combinations), with viable cell time lapse and extensive computed parameter capabilities, including FRET, FRAP, image stitching, and 3D reconstruction. We offer a host of Microscope brands from a Leica SP5 Confocal, a Nikon Multiphoton Confocal system, a Nikon Live cell Imaging platform, 2 Olympus spinning Disk Confocal instruments, as well as our new Keyence BZX800.

CORE NEWS

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Turning Up the Heat on Tumors – ICBR Supports Landmark Study in Novel Cancer Vaccine Strategy The ICBR Cytometry and Electron Microscopy Shared Resources played an integral part in supporting a landmark study from UF cancer researchers published in the May 1 issue of the prestigious journal Cell.  The study, led by physician scientist Dr. Elias Sayour, a UF Health pediatric oncologist and co-leader of the UF Health Cancer Center’s Immuno-Oncology and Microbiome research program, represents...
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ICBR Billing Schedule Update: Key Dates for Fiscal Year End 2024 ICBR Billing Schedule Update: Key Dates for Fiscal Year End 2024
ICBR Billing Schedule Update: Key Dates for Fiscal Year End 2024
Due to the Fiscal Year End, the last invoices to process for FY2024 will be created on Monday, June 12th Due to Fiscal Year End, ICBR’s upcoming billing schedule will be altered as follows: 06/10/2024 – Last invoices generated in fiscal year 2024 06/17/2024 at noon – Deadline to submit disputes for FY2024 payment. 07/01/2024 – Invoices will begin to be created for FY2025 If you have expiring funds, please work with your core laboratory contact to make sure your project is completed and billed ...
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ICBR Billing Schedule Update: Key Dates for Fiscal Year End 2024
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA SCIENTIST TO FLY ON BLUE ORIGIN SUBORBITAL MISSION UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA SCIENTIST TO FLY ON BLUE ORIGIN SUBORBITAL MISSION
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA SCIENTIST TO FLY ON BLUE ORIGIN SUBORBITAL MISSION University of Florida Distinguished Professor Rob Ferl will be the first NASA-funded academic researcher to conduct an experiment as part of a commercial space crew on an upcoming mission of Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket. Ferl, who is also director of UF’s new space institute, has spent his career studying how biology responds to spaceflight, progressing from experiments in his Gainesville lab to parabolic flight tests t...
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA SCIENTIST TO FLY ON BLUE ORIGIN SUBORBITAL MISSION
Advancing Spatial Transcriptomics Research with 10x Genomics Visium CytAssist Advancing Spatial Transcriptomics Research with 10x Genomics Visium CytAssist
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Advancing Spatial Transcriptomics Research with 10x Genomics Visium CytAssist The UF Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (ICBR) is excited to announce that the 10x Genomics Visum CytAssist will be arriving to our Gene Expression and Genotyping core in May to help advance research in understanding mRNA and protein expression in normal and diseased tissue. The relationship between cells and their relative locations within tissue is critical to understanding normal development and d...
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Advancing Spatial Transcriptomics Research with 10x Genomics Visium CytAssist
ICBR Contributes to Unveiling Regulatory and Stress-Responsive Networks in Passion Fruit ICBR Contributes to Unveiling Regulatory and Stress-Responsive Networks in Passion Fruit
ICBR Contributes to Unveiling Regulatory and Stress-Responsive Networks in Passion Fruit
ICBR Contributes to Unveiling Regulatory and Stress-Responsive Networks in Passion Fruit The Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry Core at the UF Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (UF ICBR) has co-authored a study published in the journal Nature Communications that provides valuable insights into the networks that regulate stress in passion fruit during storage, utilizing information from the Plant Metabolic Network (PMN) and STRING to understand these mechanisms. The study, titled ...
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ICBR Contributes to Unveiling Regulatory and Stress-Responsive Networks in Passion Fruit
Introducing the NanoFCM NanoAnalyzer at UF ICBR Cytometry Introducing the NanoFCM NanoAnalyzer at UF ICBR Cytometry
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Introducing the NanoFCM NanoAnalyzer at UF ICBR Cytometry The University of Florida Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (UF ICBR) is thrilled to introduce the latest addition to our Cytometry core – the NanoFCM NanoAnalyzer. Equipped with two lasers, two fluorescence detectors, and a side scatter detector, the NanoFCM NanoAnalyzer empowers researchers to measure diverse particles, including liposomes, nanoparticles, extracellular vesicles (EVs or exosomes), OMVs and viruses, whet...
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Introducing the NanoFCM NanoAnalyzer at UF ICBR Cytometry
Fueling Discoveries Together: Acknowledge UF ICBR in Your Publications Fueling Discoveries Together: Acknowledge UF ICBR in Your Publications
Fueling Discoveries Together: Acknowledge UF ICBR in Your Publications
Fueling Discoveries Together: Acknowledge UF ICBR in Your Publications In our pursuit of advancing scientific discovery, the UF Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (UF ICBR) is committed to facilitating seamless acknowledgments for your invaluable contributions. We introduce Research Resource Identifiers (RRIDs), ensuring a straightforward and precise referencing system for our resources. Simply copy and paste the relevant core RRID, conveniently located here. Proper acknowledgme...
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Fueling Discoveries Together: Acknowledge UF ICBR in Your Publications
Nadia Brown Joins UF ICBR as Assistant Director of Operations Nadia Brown Joins UF ICBR as Assistant Director of Operations
Nadia Brown Joins UF ICBR as Assistant Director of Operations
Nadia Brown Joins UF ICBR as Assistant Director of Operations The University of Florida Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (ICBR) welcomes Nadia Brown as the Assistant Director of Operations. Nadia brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the position with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in accounting and finance from Kansas State University, and a Master of Science in Family, Youth, and Community Sciences with a financial planning concentration ...
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Nadia Brown Joins UF ICBR as Assistant Director of Operations

CORE INSTRUMENTS

Cytometry