The Flow Cytometry Shared Resource provides scientific and technical support and consultation in the use of all shared instruments and software for data analysis, user training, designing phenotyping panels and experimental protocols, and preparing graphs for publication and grants.

The Flow Cytometry Shared Resource receives financial support from the VPR office, the Mays Cancer Center as well as state and federal grants. The facility requests that you acknowledge the appropriate agency in your publications.

Please include the following text in your acknowledgement:

The Flow Cytometry Shared Resource at UT Health San Antonio is supported by a grant from the National Cancer Institute (P30CA054174) to the Mays Cancer Center, a grant from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) (RP210126), a grant from the National Institutes of Health (S10OD030432), and support from the Office of the Vice President for Research at UT Health San Antonio.

Investigators preparing grant proposals or manuscripts that involve Flow Cytometry Shared Resource instruments or flow cytometry data support are encouraged to contact Yue Li, Ph.D. (FCSR Director) for a consultation, letter of support and Resources section that is specifically tailored to the goals of the grant proposal.

NIH Grant Resources Description

BD FACSDiscover™ S8 Cell Sorter with BD CellView™ Image Technology and BD SpectralFX™ Technology, the first spectral flow cytometer sorter with sort-capable image analysis, expands the power of cell analysis and sorting to new dimensions by combining spectral flow cytometry with real-time spatial and morphological insights—empowering scientists to address previously impossible-to-answer questions.

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