cytometry, COVID-19
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COVID-19 Resources
COVID-19 Resources
Empowering Cytometrists in the Fight Against Coronavirus
The ISAC COVID-19 Workgroup was formed to act as a focal point that brings together scientists from all over the world who are actively engaged or simply interested in the role of cytometry technologies and methodologies in the fight against Coronavirus. Our primary goals are to highlight the role of cytometry in understanding the pathogenesis of diseases and potential therapeutic strategies, facilitate the introduction and interaction of researchers leading to knowledge exchange and collaboration via ISAC's COVID-19 Interest Group, and provide a portal of relevant resources.
Free Resources
ISAC Community COVID-19 Interest Group
This group is open to all ISAC members and registered non-members with an interest in fighting the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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ISAC Statement on Coronavirus - March 16, 2020
ISAC is continuing to monitor the rapidly changing Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, and we are committed to doing our part in combating the spread of the virus and helping our members during these difficult times.
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NEW AND COOL!
Check out the PLEX for GOOD collection for COVID-19!
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Cytometry Part A Fast-Track
In order to make quality information rapidly available, the COVID-19 Fast Track manuscript format has been established for Cytometry Part A. For details on manuscript requirements (length, figures, etc.), please click here. Manuscripts are reviewed rapidly and, once accepted, are published online as fully citable articles within 2-3 days. All accepted COVID-19 papers are also rapidly posted on Wiley Publishers freely accessible COVID page.

Seeking COVID-19 reviewers: Cytometry Part A is continually seeking experts in all areas of quantitative single-cell analysis to peer-review COVID-19 Fast Track submissions. Manuscript peer-reviewing time is dramatically shortened to about 3 days. To become a Fast Track reviewer, please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Attila Tarnok.
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Cytometry Part COVID-19 Papers

A joint action in times of pandemic: the German BioImaging recommendations for operating imaging core facilities during the SARS‐Cov ‐2 emergency

Steffen Dietzel Elisa Ferrando‐May Hans Fried Christian Kukat Angela Naumann Roland Nitschke Pawel Pasierbek Jan Peychl Tobias Manuel Rasse Britta Schroth‐Diez Martin Thomas Stöckl Stefan Terjung Roland Thuenauer Silke Tulok Stefanie Weidtkamp‐Peters German BioImaging‐Society for Microscopy and Image Analysis
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Lymphocyte Subset Counts in COVID ‐19 Patients: A Meta‐Analysis

Wei Huang Julie Berube Michelle McNamara Suraj Saksena Marsha Hartman Tariq Arshad Scott J. Bornheimer Maurice O'Gorman
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Dengue Fever, COVID ‐19 (SARS‐CoV ‐2), and Antibody‐Dependent Enhancement (ADE ): A Perspective

Henning Ulrich Micheli M. Pillat Attila Tárnok
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Procedures for Flow Cytometry‐Based Sorting of Unfixed Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS‐CoV‐2) Infected Cells and Other Infectious Agents

Kristen M. Reifel Brandon K. Swan Evan R. Jellison David Ambrozak Jan Baijer Richard Nguyen Simon Monard Geoffrey Lyon Benjamin Fontes Stephen P. Perfetto
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SARS‐CoV‐2, the Virus that Causes COVID‐19: Cytometry and the New Challenge for Global Health

Andrea Cossarizza Sara De Biasi Giovanni Guaraldi Massimo Girardis Cristina Mussini for the Modena Covid‐19 Working Group (MoCo19)#
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Webinars
UW Path Grand Rounds - Dr. Keith Jerome - Six Months of the U.S. COVID-19 Outbreak
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Andrea Cossarizza: Discovering Immune Features During COVID-19 By Advanced Cytometry
Presented by ISAC & CYTO U
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Andreas Radbruch: Adaptive Immunity in COVID-19
Presented by IUIS Immunology Without Borders
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Coronavirus: A Survival Guide
Presented by Science/AAAS
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Monitoring the Immune System to Fight COVID-19
Presented by Science/AAAS
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Validate and Verify Laboratory Developed Tests
Presented by CLSI
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Applying Panel Design Principles to Investigate COVID-19 Immune Response with the Cytek Aurora
Presented by Cytek
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COVID-19 Research Symposium
Presented by Beckman Coulter (On Demand Coming Soon)
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Emotional Well-Being During the COVID-19 Crisis for Health Care Providers Webinar Series
Presented by Weill Institute for Neurosciences
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Ruth Montgomery: Profiling of COVID-19 Patient Immune Responses
Presented by Yale School of Medicine
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Publications (Open Access)
Wiley Coronavirus Resources and News
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Coronavirus Resource Hub
Cell Press
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COVID-19 Open Research Dataset
CORD-19
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COVID-19 Community Contributions
Kaggle
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Viral and Host Factors Related to the Clinical Outcome of COVID-19
Nature
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Procedures for Flow Cytometry‐Based Sorting of Unfixed SARS‐CoV‐2 Infected Cells and Other Infectious Agents
Cytometry Part A
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Biosafety Resources
ISAC Biosafety Resources
International Society for Advancement of Cytometry
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Interim Guidelines for Biosafety and COVID-19
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
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Biosafety Guidelines for Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)
International Federation of Biosafety Associations
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Handling and Processing of Blood Specimens from Patients with COVID‐19 for Safe Studies on Cell Phenotype and Cytokine Storm
Cytometry Part A
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Interim Laboratory Biosafety Guidance for Research with SARS-CoV-2 and IBC Requirements under the NIH Guidelines
National Institutes of Health
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Laboratory Safety Guidance Related to the Novel Coronavirus
World Health Organization
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Sequence for Proper Donning and Doffing of PPE
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
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SRL Resources
ABRF COVID-19 Initiatives and Resources
Association of Biomolecular Research Facilities
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COVID-19 European Initiatives at a Glance
Core Technologies for Life Sciences
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COVID-19 and Scientific Platform Operation
Canadian Network of Scientific Platforms - Virtual Meetings
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A Virtual FlowcytometryUK Facility Meeting to Establish Safe Working Practices in the COVID-19 Era (Summary)
Royal Microscopical Society
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Recommendations for Operating Imaging Core Facilities in a Research Environment During the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic
German BioImaging
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Clinical Information
Elsevier COVID-19 Healthcare Hub
International Society for Advancement of Cytometry View Now >
CLSI EP19 Evaluate Clinical Laboratory Measurement Procedures
Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute View Now >
Resources from other Societies and Regulatory Agencies
Free Educational Resources
ICCS
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Documents Helpful for COVID-19 Testing
CLSI
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Open Access Freely Available ISO Standards
International Organization for Standardization
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ISO Members Page
International Organization for Standardization
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COVID-19 Conversations
American Public Health Association
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COVID-19 Resources and Information
The American Association of Immunologists
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European Medicines Regulatory Network COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan
European Medicines Agency
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FDA Letter: Transport Media Safety Risk to Health Care Providers (Labs)
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
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FDA Testing Labs Resources and FAQ
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
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FDA Antibody Test Performance Data
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
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HHS New Laboratory Data Reporting Guidance for COVID-19 Testing
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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