UNM Shared Flow Cytometry

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1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Physical Location:
Innovation, Discovery, and Training Complex (IDTC; building 289)
Room 2200

Phone: (505) 272-6206

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UNM Shared Flow Cytometry and High Throughput Screening Resource

For finding us see our Location page for a map to the building.

The University of New Mexico Cytometry research group operates a central research facility, bringing together the necessary tools for UNM scientists to perform fluorescent cell analysis, sorting, and High Throughput Screening. The resource provides instrumentation, service, training, computational resources and technical expertise workshops.

The UNM Shared Flow Cytometry and High Throughput Screening Resource utilizes the latest in fluorescence technologies, including the HyperCyt® high throughput flow cytometry system which was invented and developed here in the facility by Larry Sklar, Bruce Edwards and Fritz Kuckuck. HyperCyt® light scatter and fluorescence services have been demonstrated on multiple machines to provide up to 100 samples per minute throughput using samples of 1 uL or less. HyperCyt® technology has been licensed by IntelliCyt Corporation of Albuquerque, NM.

Click here for a PDF document describing the capabilities of the UNM Shared Flow Cytometry and High Throughput Screening Resource.

The UNM Shared Flow Cytometry and High Throughput Screening Resource is located in the Innovation, Discovery, and Training Complex (IDTC, UNM Building 289), Room 2200. The Resource shares space with the UNM Center for Molecular Discovery's High Throughput Screening Laboratory.

Please use the following acknowledgment on any published data collected at the UNM Shared Flow Cytometry and High Throughput Screening Resource:

Data were generated in the UNM Shared Flow Cytometry and High Throughput Screening Resource Center supported by the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and the University of New Mexico Cancer Center with current funding from NCI 2P30 CA118100-11 (PI Willman, C.) “UNM Cancer Center Support Grant”.

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