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BSL2 Cell Sorting

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    "We offer many instrumentation options for sorting biohazardous cells: <strong>BD FACS Aria II SORP - 2 instruments located in BRB II/III</strong> The Aria sorters are configured for 14-color detection with 4 solid-state lasers. They are housed within a custom-designed BioProtect IV hood which will ensure protection from aerosols that may contain potentially infectious materials such as HIV, SIV, and LCMV. <strong>BD Influx - 1 instrument located in Smilow Center for Translational Research</strong> The Influx combines traditional jet-in-air fluidics with analog log amps, but using higher bit rate ADCs and new Sortware software. Equipped with 4 lasers and 13 detectors, it can also sort six populations simultaneously. <strong>BD FACS Jazz - 1 instrument located in John Morgan Building 297/298</strong> The Jazz is a sorter conveniently located in our main lab and equipped to handle human samples. It is the newest cell sorter, equipped with 3 lasers and able to sort up to 6 colors."
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    BD FACSAria II SORP sorter in biosafety cabinet
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    BD FACS Jazz in biosafety cabinet
  6. Related Resource
    BD Influx in biosafety cabinet
  7. Topic
    Hepatitis A virus
  8. Topic
    Hepatitis B virus
  9. Topic
    Homo sapiens
  10. Topic
    Human herpesvirus 2
  11. Topic
    Human immunodeficiency virus
  12. Service Provided by
    Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Resource Laboratory (Penn)
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  14. Related Technique
    Cell separation
  15. Related Technique
    Flow cytometry assay
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