17th Indo-US Cytometry Workshop on APPLICATIONS OF LASER FLOW CYTOMETRY IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH | 14-18 March 2016 ~ helpBIOTECH

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17th Indo-US Cytometry Workshop on APPLICATIONS OF LASER FLOW CYTOMETRY IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH | 14-18 March 2016

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17th Indo-US Cytometry Workshop on

APPLICATIONS OF LASER FLOW CYTOMETRY IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH

14-18 March 2016
Indian Institute of Science- National Center for Biological Sciences
Bangalore INDIA
The lndo-US Cytometry workshops were initiated in 2001 with the express purpose of interfacing Indian researchers with international experts in laser flowcytometry. With the collaboration of instrument manufacturers who provide their latest instruments and staff for the workshops, a large number of researchers have been trained in the latest applications of flow cytometry in biomedical research and clinical diagnosis.

The Division of Biological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science will host a two day international symposium followed by three day laboratory workshop on "Applications of Laser Flow Cytometry in Biomedical Research from 14-18 March, 2016. The workshop will be conducted by the Live Education Task Force of the International Society for the Advancement of Cytometry (ISAC) as part of the 17th lndo-US cytometry workshop series and hosted by the Indian Institute of Science and the National Center for Biological Sciences, Bangalore.

Modules offered for the workshop:

LM1: Basics of flow cytometry and 'Build your own cytometer" (BYO) - H. Krishnamurthy and William Telford
LM 2: DNA Content, Cell Cycle and Proliferation -Awtar Krishan
LM 3: Apoptosis Studies in flow cytometry - William Telford
LM 4: Infectious and Parasitic Disease Monitoring with emphasis on HIV and malaria- Kovit Pattanapanyasat
LM 5: Electrostatic cell sorting - Zosia Maciorowski and Joe Trotter
LM 6: Polychromatic Flow cytometry, spectral overlap and compensation - Zosia Maciorowski and Darren Ellem or
LM 7: Data Analyses and Presentation - Hemant Agrawal
LM 8: Plant DNA Cytometry - Latha Rangan
LM 9: Lymphocyte subset analyses -N. Badrinarayan
LM 10: Identifying cytokine secretion in rare innate immune cells following infection of animals with strains of Mycobacterium bovis-BCG- S. Vijaya
LM 11 : Antigen Quantification -Paresh Jain and Dipankar Nandi
LMl 2: FCM vs LSCM: Correlation between 2 high end cytometry techniques in quantifying protein expression in immune cells - Uttara Chakraborty

For further details please visit website: www.fcm2016.in
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