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Flow cytometry is a technique used to measure properties of cells in a fluid as they pass through one or more laser beams. Cells are fluorescently labeled using antibodies conjugated to fluorescent dyes, which emit light of different wavelengths upon excitation by a specific laser. Bio-Rad has a wide range of flow cytometry-validated antibodies, viability dyes, and other reagents to complement our instrumentation.
 

Flow Cytometry Products

Flow Cytometry Products

As specialists in the flow cytometry field, our antibody portfolio includes an extensive selection of primary antibodies tested in flow cytometry, including our new StarBright Dye conjugated antibodies.

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Flow Cytometry Instruments

Flow Cytometry Instruments

Pair these instruments with our ever-expanding flow cytometry antibody library to make your experiments come alive and give you confidence in your data.

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Knowledge Hub

Flow Cytometry Explained

Expand your flow cytometry knowledge, whether you are a novice or experienced user, with our comprehensive antibody resource library.

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New, Bright, StarBright Dyes Developed for Flow Cytometry

New, Bright, StarBright Dyes Developed for Flow Cytometry

Bio-Rad has now launched 10 StarBright Dyes, StarBright Blue 700, 8 StarBright Violet Dyes and StarBright UltraViolet 400, with many more to be launched in the next year.

CD8α antibody |  KT15

CD8α antibody | KT15

Rat anti mouse CD8a clone KT15 recognizes the alpha chain of mouse CD8. CD8 is a heterodimeric protein composed of disulphide-linked CD8α and CD8β chains that is expressed primarily on cytotoxic T-cells. 

Flow Cytometry Basics Guide

Flow Cytometry Basics Guide

Our Flow Basics Guide covers key topics such as how to optimize your experiments, what controls to use to get reliable data, and how to build multicolor panels. This guide is downloadable.

Flow Cytometry Workbook

Flow Cytometry Workbook

This comprehensive course provides an introduction to flow cytometry and covers essential considerations when planning your first experiments, helping ensure successful flow cytometry and trustworthy data.

How to Use Flow Cytometry to Measure Apoptosis: Part Two

How to Use Flow Cytometry to Measure Apoptosis: Part Two

In Part One we highlighted a variety of methods you can use to study apoptosis. In Part Two, we introduce selected tips to ensure that you get the most out of your apoptosis experiments.

CD4 antibody |RPA-T4 

CD4 antibody | RPA-T4 

Mouse anti human CD4 clone RPA-T4 recognizes an epitope within domain 1 of the human cell surface glycoprotein human CD4. CD4 is primarily expressed on T helper and T regulatory lymphocytes, on peripheral blood monocytes and on tissue macrophages.

Annexin V

Annexin V

Annexin V binds to the membrane phospholipid phosphatidylserine (PS) in the presence of Ca2+. PS is exposed at the cell surface during the early stages of apoptosis.

Flow Cytometry Shorts Webinar Series

Flow Cytometry Shorts Webinar Series: Controls

These webinars detail various key aspects of flow cytometry in short digestible sections (less than 10 min), designed to be watched when you have a quick break during experiments.

Multicolor Panel Builder

Multicolor Panel Builder

The ability to select antigen density and fluorophores based on brightness, combined with automatic exclusion of incompatible fluorophores, will help you build larger panels with confidence.