Sample Multiplexing for Cytometry Studies | Roberto Spada, PhD

(*This webinar first aired on May 25 at the Igniting Insight Into Human Health: The CyTOF Edge event. )

Webinar: Sample Multiplexing for Cytometry Studies: Advances in and Advantages to Using Barcoding Methods to Scale Up Experiments and Optimize Data

With CyTOF technology, sample multiplexing is easily achieved with cell barcoding approaches that label individual samples before staining and acquisition of the combined samples. Barcoding reduces sample preparation time while increasing experimental throughput and improving data consistency and quality. Several options for cell barcoding are available including live-cell barcoding, which labels human white blood cell samples with a unique isotope code, using cadmium- or platinum-labeled anti-CD45 (a pan-leukocyte marker) antibodies.

In this recording you will learn:
- Why barcoding is advantageous to large cytometry studies
- The products offered by Fluidigm for two barcoding approaches
- Choosing the right barcoding method for your research needs
- How to scale beyond 35-plex barcoding

Roberto Spada, PhD
Senior Market Development Manager