A flow-system multiangle light-scattering instrument for cell characterization.

@article{Salzman1975AFM,
  title={A flow-system multiangle light-scattering instrument for cell characterization.},
  author={Gary C. Salzman and John M. Crowell and Chris Goad and Kenneth M. Hansen and R. D. Hiebert and P M LaBauve and John C. Martin and Maia Ingram and P. F. Mullaney},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={1975},
  volume={21 9},
  pages={1297-304}
}
A flow-system cell-analysis instrument is described in which cells from a heterogeneous population are characterized by their light-scatter patterns alone. As the cells pass at high speed through a focused helium/neon laser beam, the scatter pattern from each cell is sampled simultaneously at up to 32 angles between 0 degrees and 30 degrees with respect to… CONTINUE READING