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Quality Pillars for Building Measurement Assurance in Flow Cytometry

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Flow cytometry is one of the most valuable and versatile tools for multiparametric, single cell analysis. The technology has been used in research, clinical and industrial settings for more than 30 years. More recently, flow cytometry has become an integral component of the drug discovery and development process as novel therapeutic approaches targeting the immune system are being applied in oncology and infectious diseases. Arguably for cell therapies, flow cytometry is the most critical tool for purity, identity and potency evaluation during the manufacturing process.

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