The J. J. MacIsaac Facility for Aquatic Cytometry uses innovative new technologies to advance the study of aquatic microbes and algae in marine and freshwater systems. It carries on a pioneering tradition for Bigelow Laboratory scientists who were the first to use a flow cytometer, initially used in medicine to count cancer cells, for aquatic research. Today, scientists from around the world use the Facility for Aquatic Cytometry for the development of new applications and stains, routine cell counting, cell sorting, and environmental flow cytometric training. In-situ field samples can be analyzed on site and data sets compiled for long-term monitoring and assessment of environmental changes.
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