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I still had to leave out a lot of good stuff. This edition omits the details of how to build flow cytometers; thousands of people have read the previous editions, in which this material did appear, but only a few dozen people have built “Cytomutts” following the designs in the books. If you’re interested in building an instrument, help is still available; see Chapters 9 and 11. I have put in more, and I hope, better illustrations. They include diagrams, photographs, and displays of flow cytometric data.
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Take, for example, “Flow’s Golden Oldies” as a heading on page 63, or aphorisms like “Shapiro’s First Law of Flow Cytometry: A 5 1 pm Particle CLOGS a 50 pm Orifice”, on page 1 1. I recommend a thorough reading for all who are using and plan to use flow cytometry in analysis and sorting of cells and other biological particles. Leonard A. Herzenberg Stanford University July 29, 1994 PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION LARGO A1 FACSTOTUM Each fluorescent label I list in my table, As long as it's stable, dispels the fable; Honestly tells what's in the cells.