Garry Nolan Discusses High-Throughput Flow Cytometric Analysis | GenomeWeb

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Name: Garry Nolan

Position: Associate Professor, Genetics, Stanford University

Background: Postdoctoral fellowship, Stanford/MIT/Rockefeller University — 1989-1993; PhD, Stanford University — 1983-1989

According to your laboratory homepage, your team primarily uses flow cytometry and fluorescence-activated cell sorting to investigate immune cell signaling in HIV infection. Is that correct?

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