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Works from PUCL:

 

Seen these covers? They represent work from PUCL

  • Cytometry 51B 21-29, 2003
  • Cytometry 67A 61-67, 2005
  • Molecular & Cellular Proteomics 5: 2-13, 2006

DVDs Available:

The Purdue group has a new DVD-Booklet package focused on Global Health, aimed at sharing ideas and information about innovative programs in resource-limited countries. We will freely distribute 100,000 copies around the world. Publication date for this product was May 2009. ..

 

This is a high profile project and we encourage individuals and institutions to distribute copies. To do so, please send an email to: disc11@flowcyt.cyto.purdue.edu or go to Global Health DVD

 

A significant amount of sponsorship is available for this project. With 20,000 distribution, this project will be very attractive to sponsors. To inquire about furture opportunities please contact us at: disc11sponsor@flowcyt.cyto.purdue.edu

Everest Greeting to Cytometry community from JPR

Dr. J. Paul Robinson, PUCL Director has just returned from Nepal having sucessfully summited the world's tallest mountain at 29,035ft.

 

The effort was closely related to raising awareness of the devastating problems of AIDS in resource-limited countries, with the goal of raising money for Purdue's nonprofit Cytometry for Life program.C4L is developing low-cost diagnostics to help HIV/AIDS victims in rural Africa receive treatment. You can follow the timeline of the climb his blog.

Single Cell Analysis

New Book from Purdue University Cytometry Laboratories and University of Modena, Italy

http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-981-10-4499-1

 

 

Chapters

1. Microenvironment Cytometry   Paul J. Smith, Victoria Griesdoorn, Oscar F. Silvestre, Rachel J. Errington

2. Rare Cells: Focus on Detection and Clinical Relevance
Sara De Biasi, Lara Gibellini, Milena Nasi, Marcello Pinti, Andrea Cossarizza

3. “E All’ottavo Giorno, Dio Creò La Citometria … and on the 8th Day, God Created Cytometry”   J. Paul Robinson

4. Cytomics of Oxidative Stress: Probes and Problems
José-Enrique O’Connor, Guadalupe Herrera, Francisco Sala-de-Oyanguren, Beatriz Jávega, and Alicia Mortinex-Romeroa

5. Flow Cytometry in Multi-center and Longitudinal Studies
Anis Larbi

6. Validation—The Key to Translatable Cytometry in the 21st    Century   Virginia Litwin, Cherie Green, Alessandra Vitaliti

7. Flow Cytometry in Microbiology: The Reason and the Need
Cidália Pina-Vaz, Sofia Costa-de-Oliveira, Ana Silva-Dias, Ana Pinto Silva, Rita Teixeira-Santos and Acácio Gonçalves Rodrigues

8. Flow Cytometer Performance Characterization, Standardization, and Control   Lili Wang, Robert A. Hoffman

9. Alternative Approaches for Analysis of Complex Data Sets in Flow Cytometry   Carmen Gondhalekar

10. Photon Detection: Current Status   Masanobu Yamamoto

11. Identification of Small-Molecule Inducers of FOXP3 in Human T Cells Using High-Throughput Flow Cytometry  Rob Jepras, Poonam Shah, Metul Patel, Steve Ludbrook, Gregory Wands, Gary Bonhert, Andrew Lake, Scott Davis and Jonathan Hill

12. Cancer Stem Cells and Multi-drug Resistance by Flow Cytometry  Jordi Petriz

 

 

 

Welcome, PUCL:

We present cytometry and confocal microscopy education and research material, maintain the cytometry email archive,and links to cytometry web sites and suppliers worldwide.

 

Our goal is to share high-quality information and to maintain electronic crossroad for cytometry. In 1993, we established the first web site in cytometry. It has matured and evolved with time. We did this because of our interest and dedication to the philosophy of sharing educational material.

 

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