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Flow Cytometry Reagents

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FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J., May 25, 2022 — Flow Cytometry ReagentsRealYellow 586 Reagents from Becton, Dickinson and Co. enable researchers to gain improved data resolution and greater insights from samples compared to traditional fluorochromes.

Developed using novel dye technology and artificial intelligence guidance, the reagents aim to accelerate discovery and drug development in many diseases. They are optimized for conventional flow cytometry and spectral flow cytometry, adding fluorescence imaging and image-based decisioning to sort individual cells at high speed based on their visual details.
May 2022
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