1-3 octobre 2013 ◘ 1 st -3 rd October 2013 Bordeaux, France Aims :
Recently, great technological improvements have been performed in multiparameter flow cytometry (MFC) to study complex biological systems. However, the difficulty of implementing MFC is a real barrier limiting its broad use. Similarly, knowledge is often lacking, in advanced analytical tools and methods needed to handle the mass of information generated by MFC. An emerging innovating technology, the multiparameter mass cytometry (MMC) allows the simultaneous analysis of more than 40 parameters. This new technology (also referred to as CyTOF) faces similar challenges in analysis and data visualization as MFC. Therefore, the formation into the laboratories is crucial to control all aspects of multiparametric approaches that will be addressed during this workshop. To fulfill these goals, MFC and MMC technologies will be introduced by experts of each experimental field and illustrated using concrete examples of applications in clinical research. These presentations will be completed by an introduction to current software solutions in order to analyze huge datasets generated by these two approaches. Finally, emerging technologies will be presented, mainly in the field of image cytometry. Audience All biological scientists, engineers, medical doctors, post-doctoral fellows and students who are interested in the application of advanced cytometry techniques in their respective experimental fields and are eager to increase the number of parameters studied simultaneously. A basic knowledge in conventional flow cytometry (4-6 parameters) is required. Lectures will be given in English.
Avec la participation de / with the participation of :
Mario ROEDERER (Bethesda, USA),
Francis LACOMBE (Bordeaux, France),
J. Paul ROBINSON (Indiana, USA),
Juan FLORES-MONTERO (Salamanca, Spain),
Ryan R. BRINKMAN (British Columbia, Canada),
Rodolphe THIEBAUT (Bordeaux, France),
Andrea COSSARIZZA (Modena, Italy),
Scott TANNER (Toronto, Canada),
Jonathan IRISH (Nashville, USA),
Samuel GRANJEAUD (Marseille, France),
Garry NOLAN (Stanford, USA),
Attila TARNOK (Leipzig, Germany),
Philippe BOUSSO (Paris, France),
Michael GERNER (Bethesda, USA),
Marie FOLLO (Freiburg, Germany),
William TELFORD (Bethesda, USA).
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CNRS is also in 2012 among the 100 global institutions, public and private leaders in the field of innovation ("Top 100 global innovators," Thomson-Reuters).
This a very nice tutorial describing the verious aspects of a flow cytometer thanks to sseveral animations.
Un article paru dans le journal Le Monde du 25 août 2012 et intitulé : Des microalgues sous haute surveillance met à l’honneur l’’observation in situ à haute fréquence du phytoplancton.
This movie aims to describe the instruments installed on the buoy for this preliminary project. Some data are also presented. To watch the movie, click here This project is a collaborative project between MIO (Marseille), LOV and OOV (Villefranche-sur-mer), and LOG (Wimereux)
People involved :
Gérald Grégori and Michel Denis (MIO)
Melilotus Thyssen, Felipe Artigas (LOG),
Jean-Michel Grisoni (OOV)
Maria-Luiza Pedroti and Laure Mousseau (LOV)
Support of :
the crew of the La Velelle (ship of the OOV)
the support of the Service d’Observation (MIO)
the Cytobuoy b.v. compagny (The Netherlands)
Program EC2CO PNEC (MISE ; PI : G. Grégori)