Spectral Flow Cytometry

Here is a link to Purdue Cytometry site

Here are some papers that are of interest from our group

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Publications from our Group on Spectral Cytometry

J.Paul Robinson presented the first work on spectral flow cytometry at the 2004 ISAC conference “Collection Hardware for high speed mutlispectral single particle analysis” (see abstract attached). 

Weeks prior to the ISAC conference (April 4, 2004) we submitted a US patent application (“Multispectral detector and analysis system“) resulting in # US7,280,204 issued on Oct 9, 2007 with a priority date of April 8, 2004. 

We published a rapid publication in Biophotoncis International , Oct, 2004 “Multispectral Cytometry: The Next Generation” (copy attached) – this was the first paper showing the current implementation of spectral flow cytometry.  

We published a note in Microsc Microanal 11(Suppl 2), 2005 “Multispectral Flow Cytometry: Next Generation tools for Automated Classification” DOI: 10.1017/S1431927605510328 (see attached). 

In addition we published an SPIE paper: (Advanced Biomedical and Clinical Diagnostic Systems III, edited by Tuan Vo-Dinh,
Warren S. Grundfest, David A. Benaron, Gerald E. Cohn, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 5692) entitled “Multispectral cytometry of single bio-particles using a 32-channel
” (attached) . 

Gerald Gregori (then in our group) published a paper in Cytometry 81A:35-44, 2012 “Hyperspectral cytometry at the single cell level using a 32-Channel Photodetector” (attached)

A recent paper in 2019 is here Spectral Flow Cytometry Article published April 30, 2019