Flow cytometry is a method through which a cell’s size, shape, and complexity can be understood. This flow cytometry technique can differentiate a group of cells from a heterogeneous population and analyze the same. In addition to analyzing a cell’s size, shape and complexity, a flow cytometer can also detect emitted light from excited fluorescent molecules, such as fluorescent dyes. In this workshop, a demonstration will be given on the use of this technique to study apoptosis. Through flow cytometry, one will be able to find out the effect of any drug or stimulus on a specific cell (cancer cell/healthy cell) which will in turn help to understand whether or not that particular drug is effective as an anti-cancer medication.
Target Participants: UG / PG level students
Maximum number of participants: 30
Duration: 3-4 hours
Location: Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
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