FACS at UCSF

Definition
A flow cytometry assay that provides a method for sorting a heterogeneous mixture of biological cells into two or more containers, one cell at a time, based upon the specific light scattering and fluorescent characteristics of each cell.
Synonyms
Fluorescence activated cell sorting (FACS)
Categories
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Mission Bay

Gladstone Flow Cytometry Core

Gladstone Institute for Virology and Immunology, Mission Bay
Contact: Marielle Cavrois 415-734-4824 mcavrois@gladstone.ucsf.edu

  • Intellicyt High Throughput Flow Cytometer
  • High-throughput FACS analysis
Mission Bay, Mt. Zion, Parnassus

Laboratory for Cell Analysis (Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center Cytometry Core)

UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, Mission Bay, Mt. Zion, Parnassus
Contact: Ben Braun 415-514-4176 braunb@peds.ucsf.edu

  • Cell Sorting
Parnassus

Cytometry & Cell Sorting Core

Research Resource Program, Parnassus
Contact: Mike Lee 415-430-7676 michael.lee@ucsf.edu

  • FACS (Aria II with 365 nm laser)
  • FACS (Aria II with 561 nm laser)
SFGH

Core Immunology Laboratory/CFAR Immunology Core

Division of Experimental Medicine, SOM-SFGH, SFGH
Contact: Jeffrey Milush 415-206-3881 jeffrey.milush@ucsf.edu

  • FACS sorting of BSL2 level specimens
  • Immunophenotyping for live cell sorting