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Question Bright FACS Fusion Proteins



Hello,
does anyone with flow cytometry experience know which are brighter FACS fusion proteins?

The reason I ask is I am isolating small population of cells from lung tumors.
Then I will FACS sort the cancer cells to isolate the cells which express the fusion protein FP. I need a marker bright enough to pick up these cells.

Any ideas?

thanks in advance guys
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