total fluorescence and cell aggregates
Guy_Hermans at ablynx.com
Thu Jun 24 13:36:34 EST 2004
Maybe I'm being naive, but if you include a DNA stain and gate out
"tetraploid" cells (i.e. doublet events), wouldn't that solve your problem?
Best of luck,
Guy Hermans, PhD.
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From: Wu Peng [mailto:WPeng at elusys.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 24, 2004 4:14 PM
Subject: total fluorescence and cell aggregates
We tried to measure the fluorescence intensity of cells after the cells
were stained with a FITC-conjugated antibody. Unfortunately there was a
population of aggregated cells, so I assume the geometry mean was not
accurate when those cell aggregates were included in the gating. Is there a
way that I can just look at the total fluorescence of all the cells
(including single cell and cell aggregates) instead of fluorescence per cell
since I have to include those cell aggregates for the purpose of the
experiment? I am not sure I can just multiple the geometry mean by the
gated event number. I appreciate your input.
EluSys Therapeutics, Inc.
Pine Brook, NJ
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