Multi-pass flow cytometry via laser-light barcodes

Barcoding individual cells with microparticles emitting near-infrared laser light enables the use of flow cytometry for the measurement of time-resolved single-cell dynamics with more markers and fewer colours.
Published in Protocols & Methods

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The cover illustrates that barcoding cells with microparticles that emit near-infrared laser light allows for multi-pass flow cytometry with more markers and fewer colours.

See Kwok et al.

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