Archive for June, 2012
SPADE is now available on hosted models of Cytobank and on DVS Cytobank. To help you get started, we’ve added a number of Knowledge Base articles and a demo movie. We’ll be adding more tutorials and resources shortly, so stay tuned. You can subscribe to our newsletter for the latest updates.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
The newest edition to our repertoire of Cytobank Reports is the work of Harris Fienberg, a Ph.D. candidate in Garry Nolan’s lab at Stanford University. Harris and colleagues developed a cisplatin-based viability stain for mass cytometry, which now allows researchers to discriminate between live and dead cells in mass cytometry experiments. You can visualize and analyze the raw data first hand on Cytobank. Click here to access the report.
You can also read more about Reports in general in our previous blog post on Cytobank Reports.
CYTO 2012 is coming up later this month, and we thought we’d highlight some posters and talks.
Make sure to stop by the DVS Sciences booth (#412) to learn about Cytobank’s mass cytometry analysis resources, and visit the BD Biosciences booth (#101) for information on the Cytobank-powered FACSelect resource.
June 23-27, 2012
XXVII Congress of the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry (ISAC)
Congress Center Leipzig
Friday, June 22
Module 2: Visualizing Data
Talk 2: Data Analysis in the Cloud: Community-based analyses, heat maps, SPADE – Jonathan M. Irish
10:45 – 11:05am
Module 4: Application-Oriented Data Analysis Issues
Talk 3: Phosphoantigens – Jonathan M. Irish
2:30 – 3:00pm