High-Parameter Immunophenotyping Panels Featuring StarBright Dyes

Presented at CYTO 2021, these 18-color and 27-color, human immunophenotyping panels, generated using StarBright Dyes and the ZE5 Cell Analyzer and a spectral flow cytometer respectively, highlight how to build successful panels while showcasing the properties and benefits of StarBright Dyes in large multicolor panel experiments.

Perfect as a reference when building your own panels.

The Use of New StarBright Dyes in Spectral Flow Cytometry

The Use of New StarBright Dyes in Spectral Flow Cytometry

27-color spectral panel built using StarBright Dyes and a spectral flow cytometer.
 

Introducing StarBright Dyes, Novel Ultra Violet, Violet, and Blue Laser Excitable Fluorescent Nanoparticles Suitable for Immunophenotyping in Flow Cytometry

Introducing StarBright Dyes, Novel Ultra Violet, Violet, and Blue Laser Excitable Fluorescent Nanoparticles Suitable for Immunophenotyping in Flow Cytometry

18-color panel built using StarBright Dyes and the ZE5 Cell Analyzer.
 



StarBright Violet Dyes, Novel, Bright Fluorescent Nanoparticles Suitable for Flow Cytometry

Presented at AAI 2021, the two posters below highlight the incredible performance of StarBright Violet Dyes in conventional and spectral flow cytometry. These exceptionally bright dyes, with improved spectral properties, have better performance in multicolor panels and require no special buffer, compared to competitor dyes. Furthermore, they are photostable, fixable, and can be premixed for up to 28 days. Their unique spectra allow the use of novel dye combinations.

StarBright Dyes — New Tools for Flow Cytometry

StarBright Dyes — New Tools for Flow Cytometry

The benefits of StarBright Dyes are highlighted in conventional and full spectrum flow cytometry.
 

Novel, Violet Fluorescent Nanoparticles for Immunophenotyping Using Flow Cytometry

Novel, Violet Fluorescent Nanoparticles for Immunophenotyping Using Flow Cytometry

Comparison of StarBright Dyes in multicolor immunophenotyping without the use of special buffers.