Cytometry Part A is the official journal of the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry. Fully embracing the study of the cytome, Cytometry Part A covers all aspects of molecular analysis of cellular systems in the following areas: cytomics (studies linking the genome and proteome to cell regulation and function), flow cytometry, image cytometry, molecular array technologies, as well as other cell-based spectroscopic analyses and associated methodologies.
Current Protocols in Cytometry is the comprehensive resource for all types of protocols in cytometry and imaging. The expansion of cell-based analysis systems across all fields of biology has been driven by the demand for high-content information integrated across proteomics and genomics. Cytometry covers a wide array of technologies, all of which are complex and demand attention to assay design, data collection, and multivariate analysis. Current Protocols in Cytometry includes protocols for basic, clinical and translational applications and features step-by-step instructions for performing hundreds of complex assays utilizing tracking probes, multiple reporter molecules, and analyzing big data from high-throughput cytometric and imaging analysis.
The Minimum Information about a Flow Cytometry Experiment (MIFlowCyt) establishes criteria for recording and reporting information about the flow cytometry experiment overview, samples, instrumentation, and data analysis. It promotes consistent annotation of clinical, biological, and technical issues surrounding a flow cytometry experiment by specifying the requirements for data content and by providing a structured framework for capturing information.
Cytometry Part B: Clinical Cytometry focuses on the development and applications of cellular system analysis and array based technologies as applied to clinical practice and translational research. This journal also covers relevant techniques such as flow cytometry, image cytometry, beadbased and slide-based array analyses, as well as other cell-based spectroscopic analyses. In addition, Clinical Cytometry publishes clinical and translational investigations that identify and validate the features and molecules important in diagnosis, prognosis, and therapeutic management of patients. Cytometry Part B: Clinical Cytometry is an official publication of the International Clinical Cytometry Society.