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BMS 631 Flow Cytometry: Theory (2 CR Course) - 2020 Course Notes

This page is for the use of students who are taking BMS 631

2020 Notes - Location: Vet Path Research Bldg 119

This is a 2 credit course that is designed to bring a student up to date on the technology of flow cytometry. The course will be lecture based and will require students to give a short seminar at the conclusion of the semester which will be part of the final grade. The course starts with the historical discovery of the technology and will move to discussing each of the individual components - optics, electronics, fluidics, data processing and analysis. In addition, we will cover all of the current applications. At the conclusion of the course, students will have an excellent understanding of the field and will be capable of reading, interpreting and carrying out studies using this technology.

 

Purdue University Cytometry Laboratories

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Also, please note that I have added a couple of e-lectures that highlight the introduction to flow cytometry. These are in the E-Lectures option one level previous to this page.

 

E-lectures (You can take a look at these lectures - they are designed as introductory lectures for those will no knowledge of flow cytometry.)

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Class text is "Practical Flow Cytometry", 4th ed (Shapiro)  you can download a free copy here

DateLect #2020 LecturesLectFile (incl older lectures)File Size Link
Jan 131

2020 PPT lect1

2020 lext 1 PDF

 

Introduction, history & basic flow principles (Pt 1) (2019)

JPR

Lecture0001.ppt

2014-160Meg

(Automated PPT) 2016 Lecture

 updated 2020
Jan 272

The Who and Why of Flow Cytometry: History Cont. (Pt 2) (2020 Version)

Recorded On Line class 27 Jan

JPR

Lecture002.ppt

NEW Video lect

from Jan 25, 2016

 updated 2020

 

   

 

Webex link in email

 Updated 2018
Feb 33

Light, Matter, and the basics of scatter 

2020 Lecture

Recorded 2020 lecture is here.

JPRLecture003.ppt updated 2018

Feb10

 

4

Fluorescence

 

2020 Lecture 4

JPR

Lecture004.ppt

 

NEW VIDEO LINK FOR 2016 Lecture

 

Updated

2018

Feb 175

Optical Systems 2019

 

2020 Lect 5 Recorded

 

2020 Lecture

JPR

Lecture  Video NEW Link to recording 2016

Lecture 5 link

 updated 2016
Feb 246

Light Sources

 

2020 Lecture

JPRLecture 6 Updated 2018
Mar 2

7 & 8

 

Properties of Optical Filters

 

- Detecton Systems 2019

JPR

Lecture007.pptx

 

 updated 2018
Mar 99 & 10

Fluidic Systems 2019

 

2020 Fluidics lecture

 

2020 Video Recording Lect8

 

&

Data structures

JPR

Lecture008.pptx

&

Lecture 10

 updated 2018

 

Mar 16

Spring Break

Cell function 

+ Lecture 12 DNA-RNA cytometry

JPRLecture0012.ppt  
  

 

    

Mar23

On line

webex

 

Microbiolgy & Cytometry

 

2020 PPT

 

2020 online Lecture

 

 

 

 Updated 2018

Mar 30

online

webex

12/13

2020 Cell function PPT

 

2020 Online lecture

JPR

 

Lecture 13.ppt + Lecture 14.ppt

 

 

Apr 6

webex lecture

2019 Cell Sorting

 

2020 Cell Sorting PPT

 

2020 Online Sorting

 

2020 Spectral flow cytometry

 

2020 Spectral online lect

 

JPRWebex link by email  
April 13

Class Presentations

We will schedule these on webex

    
April 20

Class Presentations

On line webex   
       
       
Final Exam Take homeJPR   

Lecturer: JPR: J. Paul Robinson (contact by email: jpr#flowcyt.cyto.purdue.edu)

 

 

Seminars should be 10-15 minutes and must not exceed 20 minutes, you must provide the PPT overview to me at minimum 2 weeks prior to review. I suggest that as soon as you have a topic and some preliminar notes, you discuss this with me so that I can guide you down the best pathway. If I have not reviewed and agreed to your presentation materials, you will automatically lose 50% of the points for this seminar. The whole purpose is to ensure that you present a high quality seminar relevent to the topis, and that your materials are accurate. A copy of your final PPT will be retained and we reserve the right to post this on the web with other seminars if we believe it would be useful to the scientific public. I will not review a seminar with 48 hours of your presentation, unless it has already been given to me for reveiw on at least one previous occasion.

 

NameDateExample Topics (must be related to flow cytometry and cannot be your research project - some examples are below)
  Fluorescent probes for Oxidative Metabolism
NOE Monoclonal antibodies, Avidin-Biotin technology using Fluorescent Conjugates in Flow cytometry
XERC Principles of Sorting in Flow Cytometry.
MSV Intracellular cytokine determination via flow cytometry
MS Optical Filters used in Flow Cytometry
XX Cell proliferation assessed by flow cytometry using cell tracking dyes
  Data analysis: How and why?
MDT Fluidics Systems in Flow Cytometry
BK The principles of spectal overlap
GM Parameters measured in Flow and what they mean
HH Fluorescent probes for apoptosis
   

 

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