[Cytometry] Calcium flux measurement

Ian Dimmick ian.dimmick at newcastle.ac.uk
Tue Feb 24 03:58:05 EST 2009


I am aware of the Cytek module, and it's limitations , I also feel that this is not suitable for all needs and instruments

Ian


Ian Dimmick
Flow Cytometry Core Facility Manager
Institute of Human Genetics
Bioscience Centre
International Centre for life
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE1 3BZ
UK

Ian.Dimmick at ncl.ac.uk
Tel      0044 191 2418831
Fax     0044 191 2418666
(mob)  0044 7970344823
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-----Original Message-----
From: Joanne Lannigan [mailto:joannelannigan at virginia.edu] 
Sent: 23 February 2009 23:10
To: Ian Dimmick; 'Purdue mailiang list'
Subject: RE: [Cytometry] Calcium flux measurement

It already exists; it is called a Time Zero instrument sold by 
Cytek Development. http://www.cytekdev.com/products_accessories.xhtml

Disclaimer: I have a financial interest in Cytek in that my 
husband is an employee and stock holder in the company. For 
informational purposes only...

Joanne Lannigan, MS
Director, Flow Cytometry Core Facility
University of Virginia
Jordan Hall, Room 7067
P.O. Box 800734
Charlottesville, VA 22908-0734
Office: 434-924-0274
Lab: 434-243-2695
Fax: 434-982-1071
email: joannelannigan at virginia.edu

> -----Original Message-----
> From: cytometry-bounces at lists.purdue.edu [mailto:cytometry- 
> bounces at lists.purdue.edu] On Behalf Of Ian Dimmick
> Sent: Monday, February 23, 2009 2:02 PM
> To: Purdue mailiang list
> Subject: [Cytometry] Calcium flux measurement
> 
> The recent string of calcium flux related mailings with respect to an 
> effective way of adding the agonist to the cells after baseline 
> measurement is taken , without the necessity to pause the flow 
> cytometer, has to beg the question , if there were a device 
that could  
> introduce the agonist to the cells when the operator required it 
> without disturbing the flow of cells through the flow cytometer how 
> many people / companies would be interested in this if , say ,such a 
> devise would only cost approx. $2 per assay ?
> 
> I would be very interested if anyone had a view on this could mail me 
> just to say they were interested, or even the reasons why 
they would not be  .
> 
> Many thanks
> 
> Ian
> 
> Ian Dimmick
> 
> Flow Cytometry Core Facility Manager
> 
> Institute of Human Genetics
> 
> Bioscience Centre
> 
> International Centre for life
> 
> Newcastle Upon Tyne
> 
> NE1 3BZ
> 
> UK
> 
> Ian.Dimmick at ncl.ac.uk
> 
> Tel 0044 191 2418831
> 
> Fax 0044 191 2418666
> 
> (mob) 0044 7970344823
> 
> http://www.nesci.ac.uk/facilities/facs/
> 
> 
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