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New Insights into Cell Encapsulation and the Role of Proteins During Flow Cytometry

By Sinead B. Doherty and Andre Brodkorb


peer-reviewedSome of the cytometric work presented in this chapter was supported by the Irish Dairy Research Trust project NU518 “Probiotic Protection”, the Irish National Development Plan 2007 to 2013 and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI).Modern approaches to science tend to follow divergent paths. On one hand, instruments and technologies are developed to capture as much information as possible with the need for complex data analysis to identify problematic issues. On the other hand, formulation focused, minimalistic approaches that gather only the most pertinent data for specific questions also represent a powerful methodology. This chapter will provide many examples of the latter by integrating Flow Cytometry (FACS - Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting) technology with high throughput screening (HTS) of encapsulation systems with extensive utility of one-dimensional (1-D) imaging for protein localisation. In this regard, less information is acquired from each cell, data files will be more manageable, easier to analyse and throughput screening will be significantly enhanced beyond traditional HTS analysis, irrespective of the protein concentration present in the background or delivery media.Irish Dairy Research TrustIrish National Development Plan 2007 to 201

Topics: Cell Encapsulation, Proteins, Flow Cytometry, Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting, High throughput screening, Process Analytical Technology, Bioprocessing, Cytometric assays
Publisher: Intech
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.5772/48039
OAI identifier: oai:t-stor.teagasc.ie:11019/567
Provided by: T-Stór

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