Multiple Using a Wavelength Illumination in Flow Cytometry Single Arc Lamp and a Dispersing Element

@inproceedings{Grooth2004MultipleUA,
  title={Multiple Using a Wavelength Illumination in Flow Cytometry Single Arc Lamp and a Dispersing Element},
  author={Bart G. de Grooth and Marcos A. van Dam and Nicholas Swart and Arnold Willemsen and J. Greve},
  year={2004}
}
The principle of a multiple wavelength illumination method for flow cytometers, based upon a combination of a helium-neon laser and an arc lamp as illumination sources is described. By using a prism, the light from the arc lamp is dispersed and the different colors are imaged at different places on the sample stream. The small angle light scattering from the helium-neon laser light is measured as a relevant parameter and serves as a trigger signal for subsequent measurements of fluorescence or… CONTINUE READING
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