Spending too much time on the flow can lead to this
bartonbe at UMDNJ.EDU
Wed Jun 25 08:44:48 EDT 2008
You know you've been spending too much time on the flow when:
1) you dream all night about a new instrument that doesn't exist
2) you dream in rhyme to a tune about what you do, thus composing
your new lab theme song.
Me, I dreamt all night about a new flow cytometer that married the
open configuration of a MoFlow to the capability of an ImageStream.
I also had expanded staff to run it. I'll take the staff with my old
And the song?
To the tune of "Home on the Range"
Oh give me a flow,
Where all the cells glow;
(And one has to work in the dark).
I see cells fluoresce,
And never coalesce.
In this way does one make one’s mark.
Flow, flow all the day!
No clogs to get in my way.
FITC and PE
Is what I shall see.
Science triumphant alway'.
If ISAC needs a theme song, we can talk....
Beverly E. Barton, Ph.D.
Research Cancer Biologist
385 Tremont Avenue
East Orange, NJ 07018
Department of Surgery/Division of Urology
UMDNJ-NJMS F509 lab; F672 office
185 S. Orange Avenue
Newark, New Jersey 07103
E-mail bartonbe at umdnj.edu
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