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SoCal TBA Online Tech Seminar with Thermo Fisher

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New dye technology: Unlock the full potential of your flow cytometry experiment

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Welcome to the SoCal TBA online event in September 2021! We are excited to have Dr. Anson M. Blanks from Thermo Fisher to tell us about their new technology in flow cytometry.

This event is proudly sponsored by Science and Technology Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles.

Title of presentation: New dye technology: Unlock the full potential of your flow cytometry experiment

Abstract: Fluorescent dye performance heavily impacts both the quality and the dimensionality of flow cytometry experiments. For example, PE-based tandems, although bright, are notoriously cross-excited by multiple laser lines, introducing substantial fluorescence into off-target channels, compromising the full potential of blue and yellow-green lasers. New Invitrogen™ NovaFluor™ dyes have engineered excitation and emission spectra using the Invitrogen™ Phiton™ DNA platform. The spectral cleanliness of the NovaFluor technology simplifies, while expanding future panel design.

Anson M. Blanks, PhD

Anson Blanks recently joined Thermo Fisher Scientific as a R&D Scientist within the Biosciences Division. Anson is a registered clinical exercise physiologist with 7 years experience working with high-risk clinical populations within cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. Anson earned his PhD in Rehabilitation and Movement Science, with a focus in exercise immunology, from Virginia Commonwealth University. Following the completion of a postdoctoral fellowship in the Laboratory of Integrative and Vascular Exercise Physiology (LIVEP), under the guidance of Dr. Ryan Harris, Anson joined Phitonex as a Customer Success Scientist. During his time at Phitonex, Anson was able to demonstrate the utility of incorporating DNA scaffolding into novel reporters to maximize usable detectors in flow cytometry. Anson has received several honors, including the Postdoctoral Translation Research Award and Caroline tum Suden/Frances A. Hellebrandt Professional Opportunity Award from the American Physiological Society as well as the Gatorade Sport Science Institute Young Scholar Award and Charles M. Tipton Student Research Award from the American College of Sports Medicine.


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