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ANNOUNCEMENT: Stage 2 - what to expect

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Stage 2 operations...what changes to expect

We are excited to welcome researchers into a safe and productive environment so you can complete your critical experiments!

All the details for Stage 2 can be found here:  Current Facility Operations

Our new lab space in B003 (just around the corner) is now operational.  We have adjusted to take advantage of this new space.

We are now offering a drop-off sample service for the Quanteon (tubes or plates) and Aurora (plates only), that will have only minimal operator assist charges (30 min operator for experiments <8 colors, 1 hr operator charge for experiments >8 colors) - no additional operator charges regardless of number of samples.

Also coming....the Symphony (5L, 30 color analyzer) has arrived - keep an eye out for our release announcement!

CURRENT INSTRUMENTS:

Falstaff sorter - Self Operated Only

Aria sorter - Self Operated Only

LSRII - Self Operated Only

LSRII.2 - Self Operated Only

LSRII.UV - Self Operated Only (daytime only - no after-hours in B003)

Carmen Influx sorter - Staff Assisted Only

Quanteon - Sample drop off service (plates or Tubes)

Aurora - Sample drop off service (plates only)

AIDA sorter  - Staff or self-operator, Clinical OK

PICI sorter  - Staff or self-operator, Clinical OK

Mikado Sony sorter  - Staff or self-operator, Clinical OK, email to reserve (facs-inquiries@lists.stanford.edu)

Consultation  - available virtually; reserve on our calendar system; staff will send a Zoom invite

Cyrano CyTOF - available, email to reserve (facs-inquiries@lists.stanford.edu)

Page Mill sorter Costello - available, email to reserve (facs-inquiries@lists.stanford.edu)

Page Mill analyzer Abbott - available, email to reserve (facs-inquiries@lists.stanford.edu)

               ·       Jazz (Satchmo) and Verdi remain offline

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Tue, 30 Jun 2020 at 2:32 pm