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CYTO 2024: 50 Years of Flow Cytometry Innovation

BD Biosciences is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor at the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry CYTO 2024 event in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

50 years ago, BD introduced the first commercial fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) instrument, changing the field of biology forever, and introduced scientists to an unprecedented view into the trillions of single cells in our body that dictate health and disease. We've come a long way since then, and we still have so far to go. 


This year, we will be showcasing the BD FACSDiscover S8 Cell Sorter with BD CellView Image Technology and BD SpectralFX Technology, BD FACSymphony A5 SE Cell Analyzer, BD FACSymphony S6 SE Cell Sorter, BD Horizon RealBlue and BD Horizon RealYellow Reagents, BD RhapsodyHT Xpress System and the BD FACSDuet Premium Sample Preparation System. Also learn about our flow cytometry tools in BD® Research Cloud and data analysis with FlowJo Software. Stop by our booth, see our posters or join a session to learn more about how we are advancing the world of cytometry.


Come learn about our new assays:

  • BD Rhapsody ATAC-Seq Assay: Multiomic assay to support your single-cell epigenomics studies
  • BD Rhapsody TCR/BCR Next Multiomic Assay: Our next generation, high performing immune profiling assay to support your single-cell immunology experiments


Not able to attend the show or want a sneak peak of our new assays? Connect with a single-cell multiomics specialist today!


See what BD Biosciences did at CYTO 2023


Event activities at CYTO 2024: 


Commercial Tutorials

Improve and evolve with the first Real-Time Imaging, Spectral Flow Cytometer (RTI-SFC) for previously impossible sorting applications

 

Rafaello Cimbro, AstraZeneca

Oscar Fornas, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona - SPA

Date: Sunday, May 5

Time: 12:15 – 13:15

Location: Check program for details

 

Expanding horizons: improving biological resolution and increasing parameters with spectral flow cytometry

 

Robert Balderas, BD Biosciences
Florian Mair, ETH Zurich 

Date: Tuesday, May 7

Time: 12:15 – 13:15

Location: Check program for details 


Sunday, May 5

Parallel Session: Immunology I:
A tale of two tissues: Immune dynamics following CD8+ cell depletion

 

Veronica Obregon, BD Biosciences

Location: Fintry

Time: 10:30 – 11:30

Poster #337 Presentation:

Using imaging flow cytometry to detect lipid

 

Aaron Tyznik, BD Biosciences

Location: Exhibit Hall

Time: TBD

Workshop

So you’ve clustered: Making sense of results in a post-clustering world

 

Veronica Obregon, BD Biosciences

Location: Pentland

Time: 13:45 – 14:45

BD Customer Event:

BD Event: 50 Years of Biosciences Innovation

Everyone’s invited, bring your CYTO badge 

Location: National Museum of Scotland

Time: 19:30 – 23:00


Monday, May 6

Meet the Scientists behind BD Innovations

BD CellViewImage Technology

Ask questions and learn more at this up-close session with BD scientists 

Location: BD Booth #74

Time: 10:00 – 10:30

Parallel Session: Data Analysis 2:
Clustering QC in resolving distinct signatures of macrophage progenies in a model of metabolic liver inflammation

 

Ioannis Panetas, BD Informatics

Location: Sidlaw

Time: 10:30 – 11:30

Meet the Scientists behind BD Innovations

Panel Design and Dye Development

Ask questions and learn more at this up-close session with BD scientists 

Location: BD Booth #74

Time: 14:45 – 15:30

Teamwork makes the dream work: how the ISAC Leadership Development Programs enable new science through innovation, discovery, and collaboration

Enabling Science: Pushing the limits of commercial cytometry technology to power discovery


Peter Mage
, BD Biosciences

Location: Pentland Auditorium

Time: 15:30 – 17:30


Tuesday, May 7

Meet the Scientists behind BD Innovations

BD SpectralFXTechnology and Cytometry QC

Ask questions and learn more at this up-close session with BD scientists

Location: BD Booth #74

Time: 10:00 – 10:30

Meet the Scientists behind BD Innovations

BD Evolution of Cytometry: 50 for 50

Ask questions and learn more at this up-close session with BD scientists

Location: BD Booth #74

Time: 14:45 – 15:30


Wednesday, May 8

Spectral Cytometry 2:
Panel hotspot analysis predicts unmixing-dependent spread in spectral panels

Peter Mage, BD Biosciences

Location: Pentland Auditorium

Time: 10:30 – 11:45

The Flow You Don’t Know Plenary

Session Chairs:

Joel Sederstrom, Baylor College of Medicine and Peter Mage, BD Biosciences

Location: TBD

Time: 15:00 – 16:30



Posters


Sunday, May 5 – Tuesday, May 7

Time: 17:15 – 19:00

Clustering QC in resolving distinct signatures of macrophage progenies, in metabolic liver inflammation

Ioannis Panetas, BD Biosciences

System Equalizer: An automated system setup based on detector calibration and reference cell sample

 

Ludo Monheim, BD Biosciences

A tale of two tissues: immune dynamics following CD8+ cell depletion in a baboon model of HIV elite control

 

Veronica Obregon, BD Biosciences

Using imaging flow cytometry to detect lipid nanoparticles phagocytosed by antigen-presenting cells

 

Aaron Tyznik, BD Biosciences

Characterization of human regulatory T cells using in-depth single-cell CITE-Seq and high-parameter flow cytometry

 

Xiaoshan Shi, BD Biosciences 

Evaluation of Lot-to-Lot Consistency for BD GMP reagents on the BD FACSDuet Premium Sample Preparation System integrated with the BD FACSLyric Flow Cytometer

 

Yang Zeng, BD Biosciences

Performance Evaluation of the BD Leucocount Assay on the BD FACSLyric Flow Cytometer and BD FACSCalibur System using RBC and PLT Samples

 

Yang Zeng, BD Biosciences

MRD gets the Xzibit treatment: Modernizing AML-MRD detection using high dimensional analysis

 

Serena Di Cecilia, BD Biosciences

Transfer of a 33-color flow cytometry immunophenotyping panel through transfer of application settings from the BD FACSymphony A5 SE to the BD FACSymphony S6 SE

 

Ludo Monheim, BD Biosciences

High dimensional biology with high throughput multiomic profiling of single cells

 

Aruna Ayer, BD Biosciences

Antigen specific T cell characterization by simultaneous detection of activation induced markers and intracellular cytokines: a multi-testing site experience

 

Gianluca Rotta, BD Biosciences

Automated analysis of flow cytometry data with elastic image registration: Research evaluation for TBNK, SCE and LST

 

Scott Bornheimer, BD Biosciences

Image derived features from DNA dyes, mitochondrial probes and intrinsic scatter drive cellular subset classification to augment the power of fluorescence flow cytometry

 

Aaron Middlebrook, BD Biosciences

 

 

CYTO 2024: 50 Years of Flow Cytometry Innovation

May 04 - 08, 2024 | 09:00 a.m. - 05:00 p.m.

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