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Cytometry Part A
CYTOMETRY PART A - The Official journal of isac

In This Issue

May 2019 | Volume 95A | Issue 5

Welcome Letter from CYTO's Program Chair and ISAC's President

ISAC 34th International Congress Vancouver, Canada June 22 – 26, 2019 See the welcome note from Pratip K. Chattopadhyay and Andrea Cossarizza on behalf of the CYTO Organizing Committee and ISAC Council.

Special Issue on Imaging Flow Cytometry

Guest edited by Keisuke Goda, Andrew Filby, and Nao Nitta, this article explores how imaging flow cytometry (IFC) has quickly become an established tool for performing cytometric analysis in diverse areas of biology including microbiology, immunology, and stem cell biology.

A Subpopulation of Monocytes in Normal Human Blood Has Significant Magnetic Susceptibility: Quantification and Potential Implications

The presence of iron in circulating monocytes is well known as they play essential roles in iron recycling; however, the magnetic characteristics of monocytes have not been reported so far to the best of our knowledge. Therefore, in this work, researchers report, for the first time, the physical and magnetic properties of human monocytes, along with plasma platelets, oxyhemoglobin red blood cells (oxyHb‐RBCs), and methemoglobin red blood cells (metHb‐RBCs).



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Researchers demonstrate the utility of this technology in cell sorting based on nuclear localization of glucocorticoid receptors, particle binding to the cell membrane, and DNA damage induced γ‐H2AX foci.

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Ben Yaakov et al, reveals how image flow cytometry can be used to monitor changes in Acanthamoeba polyphaga cells infected with Mimivirus.

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