FACS


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FACS

fluorescence-activated cell sorter: a machine that sorts cells according to whether or not they have been tagged with antibodies carrying a fluorescent dye.
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The top reasons survey respondents chose to teach FACS were:
Where FACS leave has been exhausted, additional FACS leave of up to two days for bereavement may be granted on a discrete, "per occasion" basis to an employee on the death of a relative or member of a household as defined in sub clause (iv)(a) of this clause.
A symposium at the Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association in June 2010, "Progress with NX-1207: Phase 3 Pro-Apoptotic Injectable for BPH," was chaired by Neal Shore, MD, FACS of Myrtle Beach, SC.
In addition to now being a Windows-based system, the new FACS PC delivers significant enhancements over previous versions that help to automate frequent and repetitive compliance tasks.
PHOENIX -- Cintas Corporation (NASDAQ: CTAS), the leader in secure document management services, today announced it has acquired FACS Records Center.
Media Contact: Douglas Senderoff, Douglas Senderoff, MD, FACS, (212) 481-3939, marketing@drsenderoff.
The discovery that really made the FACS and flow cytometry a laboratory and clinical standard was the production of hybridomas by Kohler and Milstein (6,7).
A life sciences firm in Northern California, which uses instruments manufactured by Masterson's company, frequently faced the daunting task of manually searching through thousands of FACS flow cytometer and Leica confocal microscope files to extract specific data points and then relate or link that information to other instrument or Microsoft Office files.
Rigel's FACS patent estate covers patents issued in both the United States and Europe.
The dean of Stanford's School of Medicine called FACS "one of the most important medical devices ever developed.