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Flow Cytometry Optical Filters

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ROCHESTER, N.Y., March 16, 2023 — The Semrock® line of Nanopede optical filters from IDEX Health & Science LLC are designed for flow cytometry applications.

Covering the visible spectrum in 20-nm full-width, half-maximum steps, the filters are designed to match the rapidly developing flow cytometry market. Custom optical filters can meet specific application needs. Flow cytometry interrogates cells through scattered light measurements and fluorescent markers, and in spectral flow cytometry, the fluorescence is collected across the entire spectrum using discrete, spectrally adjacent optical filters.
Mar 2023

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