[Cytometry] Indo-1 on an Aria?

Perry, Greg gap00438 at creighton.edu
Fri Feb 20 13:23:23 EST 2009


We done quite a bit of it.  Looking at anti-IgM stimulation of B cells
and other agonists on eosinophils.  All with Indo-1.  I don't think any
of it has been published yet, but I'd be more than happy to show you
what it looked like.  Also, FYI, we have done it both by removing the
tube, and by using a "hanging drop" method.  Both work fine.

- Greg
Greg A. Perry, Ph.D.
Technical Director
Flow Cytometry Core Facility
Creighton University
Omaha, NE  68178
(402) 280-1841

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Subject: [Cytometry] Indo-1 on an Aria?


Has anyone demonstrated calcium flux on a FACS Aria or Aria II (_not_ a
FACSVantage) where at some point after equilibration of Indo1-loaded
cells, the sample tube was removed from the sample uptake tube, an
agonist (or some compund) added to the tube, the sample tube replaced
and the experiment continued?

If so, or if you know where this type of experiment on an Aria has been
published, can you point us to references (journal articles) detailing
the experiment/s?


Ray Hester
Research Cytometry Laboratory
College of Medicine
The University of South Alabama
Mobile, AL 36688
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