End-of-Summer 2014 Newsletter

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Kinetic River Expands Operations and Advisory Board Kinetic River has carried the momentum forward following our New Instruments Session (http://www.kineticriver.com/_blog/Kinetic_River/post/cyto-2014-notes-new-instruments-session/) and reception that has grown by 200% over the previous year at CYTO 2014 (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Home.aspx). We are building on the progress we shared with you at the Bio2Device Group (http://bio2devicegroup.org/content/new-tools-cancer-research-probing-cellular-processes-high-throughput-giacomo-vacca-phd-09242). Our ongoing business ..

CYTO 2014 Notes: New Instruments Session

Sunday, June 01, 2014
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This is the second blog in a series covering CYTO 2014 (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Home.aspx), held this May 17-22 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Mainly in the form of raw notes, the intent of this series is to highlight talks, events, and trends from the annual cytometry congress and trade show that I found noteworthy. Clarifications, corrections, comments, and other suggestions welcome. The New Instruments (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Program/Parallel-Sessions.aspx) parallel session took place Tuesday, May 20. Co-chaired by Dr. Giacomo Vacca (Kinetic River, Cupertino, CA) an ..

CYTO 2014 Notes: Fluorescence Lifetime Workshop

Monday, May 26, 2014
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This is the first blog in a series covering CYTO 2014 (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Home.aspx), held this May 17-22 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Mainly in the form of raw notes, the intent of this series is to highlight talks, events, and trends from the annual cytometry congress and trade show that I found noteworthy. Clarifications, corrections, comments, and other suggestions welcome. The Fluorescence Lifetime Workshop (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Program/Workshops.aspx) took place Monday, May 19. Co-chaired by Profs. Jessica Houston (New Mexico State University, Las Cruces ..

CYTO 2014 Preview

Thursday, May 01, 2014
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Hard to believe it’s already May. The activity at Kinetic River has been intense this winter and spring, with new product launches, articles in technical journals and trade magazines, and a variety of speaking engagements—not to mention expansion into new office and laboratory quarters. We’ll brief you on all this in more detail in a few weeks. For now the focus is CYTO 2014 (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Home.aspx) in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, where we are exhibiting (http://s15.a2zinc.net/clients/faseb/cyto2014/Public/EventMap.aspx) and participating in the technical  ..

Introducing the Danube II

Monday, January 13, 2014
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Fluorescence Lifetime Flow Cytometer In cell biology and cancer research, there is often the need to measure cellular processes, protein function, protein-protein interactions, or molecular transport with subcellular resolution. Fluorescence lifetime is a powerful tool that can provide this information. Traditionally, fluorescence lifetime techniques (such as FRET-FLIM) have been carried out on imaging platforms; however, the low throughput of microscopy severely limits the resulting efficiency of analysis. Our newest product, the Danube II combines many of the ..

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