Cytometry on the Web

Purdue E-Mail listserverOnline since th early 90s and the best way to keep and get in contact with a community of more than 4000 cytometrists. Credit goes to J.P. Robinson
ChromocyteOffers an extensive Link List, Antibody Search Engine and tools, like the Panel Designer. (Graham Pockley)
Work-FlowSpecialized Flow Cytometry Solutions
Cytometry Part AJournal of quantitative cell science (Wiley: Organ of the ISAC society)


Deutsche Gesellschaft für Zytometrie
Interdisziplinäre Gruppe für Labor und Durchflusszytometrie
Österreichische Gesellschaft für Zytometrie
Swiss Cytometry Society
International Society for Analytical Cytology

 Web tools, spectrum viewers and fluorchrome charts

BD Biosciences Spectrum ViewerAntibody-conjugated fluorochromes and common dyes and fluorescent proteins
Invitrogen SpectraviewerDyes, proteins, pigments and probes
Biolegend Spectra ViewerBiolegend, including Brilliant Violet
BD Relative Fluorochrome BrightnessLists most recent BD dyes including Brilliant Violet
Fluorochrome chartBrightness intensity, as posted on the Boston Unversity FCCF page
Fluorescent ProteinsNikon Imaging Center, UCSF
Biolegend Instrument Guide/Fluorophore SelectorTool for listing colors for particular instruments/configurations.
Human CD Markers and Mouse CD MarkerseBioscience
Novus BiologicalsAntibodies, Protocols, Posters and more

Flow cytometry e-books

“Flow Cytometry – a Basic Introduction” by Michael G Ormerod (free e-book)
“Practical Flow Cytometry” by Howard Shapiro (free e-book)