CYTO 2019

Join us in Vancouver! June 22-26, 2019 

Vancouver, BC | Canada

Stop by the Beckman Coulter Life Sciences booth #502 at CYTO to experience our workflow stations for biological nanoparticles, multicolor analysis, and flow cytometry assay automation for the pharma/biopharma sector and high-throughput applications. Instruments and Products: CytoFLEX LX, Biomek i7 integrated with a CytoFLEX S, Automation Assistant arm for flow cytometry automation, MoFlo Astrios EQ, Optima Analytical Ultracentrifuge, DURAClone antibody panels, and software. Chat with us about how all of these solutions enable data you can trust. Sneak peek below. 

Customer Talks
Don't miss our customer speakers as they present on the following topics: 

Extracellular Vesicles for ‘Liquid Biopsy’ Development in Cancer
by Dr. Karla Williams, Canada Research Chair in Oncology | Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholar | Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus

Sunday, June 23 at 12:30 in Ballroom C

The Difference Between Stromal Vascular Fraction Cell Content in Microfragmented Lipoaspirate Compared to the Lipoaspirate Counterpart
by Denis Polančec, Head of Dept. Translational Medicine, Children's Hospital Srebrnjak | Croatia

Tuesday, June 25 at 12:30 Ballroom C

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In-booth Presentations

Join us on June 24 – 25 at booth #502 to hear presentations on extracellular vesicles, immune monitoring, and more. The speaker lineup with topics includes:

  • CytoBank for High Fidelity, High Dimensional Analysis, by Geoff Kraker
  • Ask the Experts! A Panel Discussion on Biological Nanoparticles, led by Dr. George Brittain and Maria Gentile with Beckman Coulter Life Sciences.
  • Streamlining Extracellular Vesicle Processing: Isolation to Analysis, given by John Tigges with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical center
  • Sample In, Answer Out: Fully Automated Immune-Monitoring Station, guided by Neil Kayal, Ph.D. with Beckman Coulter Life Sciences 
  • Full Scatter Resolution of 80 nm Polystyrene Nanoparticles on a Beckman Coulter MoFlo Astrios EQ, presented by Alexis Perez-Gonzales, Ph.D. with Peter Doherty Institute


Characterizing the Light-Scatter Sensitivity of the CytoFLEX for EV Analyses by George Brittain

Flow Cytometric Analysis of SuperNova V428 Polymer Dye Conjugates Easwaran et al

Bright SuperNova V428 Polymer Dye for Flow Cytometry Applications Eswaran et al

Vi-CELL BLU Instrument Design and Cellular Performance Dean et al

ViaKrome Fixable Viability Dyes: A new approach to discriminate dead cells for intracellular multicolor flow cytometry application Dupas et al

In the Booth

Automate Your Flow Cytometry for Medium- or High-Throughput

Present in the booth: 

  • Biomek i7 Liquid Handler integrated with a CytoFLEX S Flow Cytometer
  • Automation Assistant Arm for the CytoFLEX Platform

Workflow Solutions for Small Particles 

Present in the booth: 

  • CytoFLEX Flow Cytometry Platform- Able to See 80 nm polystyrene particles
  • MoFlo Astrios Cell Sorter
  • Optima Analytical Ultracentrifuge


A complete workflow solution for Multicolor Immunophenotyping

Present in the booth: 

  • CytoFLEX LX- our most advanced solution for Multicolor Analysis
  • DURAClone dry, unitized reagent panels
  • Kaluza Analysis software for easier compensation and gating
  • *New* ViaKrome Viability Dye - A new approach to dead cell discrimination
  • Biomek i7 Liquid Handler integrated with a CytoFLEX S Flow Cytometer


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