The Flow Cytometry shared resource is supported by user fees and the Cancer Center Support Grant, or CCSG. When citing the CCSG, we recommend the following language: This research was supported by the Flow Cytometry shared resource of the Fred Hutch/University of Washington Cancer Consortium (P30 CA015704).
Please refer to the Cancer Consortium website for information about citing the CCSG. If you need more information for your grant, please contact the flow cytometry core staff.
Publications made possible by Flow Cytometry staff are listed below.
The Flow Cytometry core on Fred Hutch’s campus now occupies two facilities, the original lab on the E level of the Thomas building and a second flow core lab at the Steam Plant. The facilities provide researchers access to 12 cell analyzers, 7 cell sorters and a CyTOF.
Detection capabilities on these instruments range up to seven excitation lasers, and some have spectral capability, enabling experiments with 40+ fluorochromes.
The core staff provide a number of services, including training on equipment use, assistance with experimental design, and consultation on data analysis and interpretation.