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Sonja1983 09-27-2010 11:24 AM

Guava HT Flow Cytometry
 
Hi There,

I am currently working with the new Guava 8HT EasyCyte Flow cytometer, I have no previous experience in flow cytometry and I was just wondering is there anyone out there that has used this type of instrument before and what they think of it, is there any good literature out there for it?

Or any advice in general...

Thanks
Sonja

eli sellem 09-29-2010 02:43 PM

Re: Guava HT Flow Cytometry
 
Hi Sonja,

First i'm sorry for my English...i'm french !!!!!

I have worked with the IMV version of Guava "EasyCyte Plus"....i don't know if it's the same that yours...

To my mind it's (not so far) a good cytometer...it's depand of your applications....if i have to use 3 colors with blue laser it will be ok...

I'm not fan about the "capilarity" system. your concentration have to be low and you can't analyse with normal-hight fluidique speed...

But it's only my opinion...

I have tested the C6....and i love it !
bye

Scientist in crisis 09-30-2010 03:21 PM

Re: Guava HT Flow Cytometry
 
Hi Sonja! Im in your same situation. I started using the same equipment just one month ago, I used a few times FACS Calibur before the guava and I think Guave is very friendly in comparition but my boss think that the graphics don't look so pretty. I also would like to read a little bit more about.

Hope we learn more!

janababel 10-08-2010 12:07 PM

Re: Guava HT Flow Cytometry
 
Hi there ..here we have a Guava easycyte mini, but i would like to compare the filter differences between IMV guava, it seems that red in IMV is different, ours is 675-680.

C-CAMP 07-29-2011 08:27 AM

Re: Guava HT Flow Cytometry
 
Dear All,

I represent a DBT organisation called "Centre for cellular and molecular platforms" (C-CAMP) based in Bangalore. We conduct training courses in flow and also give the machines for services and charge on hourly basis. It is a govt. initiative and hence the prices are much lower than what is prevalent in the market. Please contact us at services at ccamp.res.in if you are interested.


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