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Multiparametric flow cytometry

Grant number: 19/06372-3
Support Opportunities:Multi-user Equipment Program
Duration: August 01, 2019 - August 31, 2026
Field of knowledge:Biological Sciences - Immunology - Cellular Immunology
Principal Investigator:Alessandro dos Santos Farias
Grantee:Alessandro dos Santos Farias
Host Institution: Instituto de Biologia (IB). Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Associated researchers:José Luiz Proença Módena ; Marcelo Alves da Silva Mori ; Marco Aurélio Ramirez Vinolo ; Pedro Manoel Mendes de Moraes Vieira
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Type of equipment:Processos Biológicos - Caracterização - Contagem células (inclui citômetros)
Manufacturer: Fabricante não informado
Model: Modelo não informado


Flow cytometry is a technology that provides the analysis of physical and chemical characteristics of a particular suspended particle. Flow cytometry allows the detection of multiple simultaneous characteristics (size, complexity and fluorescence intensity) of an individualized particle or cell. After the advent of monoclonal antibodies, the main application of flow cytometry was the identification of cell populations and subpopulations through surface and intracellular factors. In the last decades, several technologies were developed providing other applications for flow cytometry, which include the determination of solutes, identification of cell cycle phases, apoptosis, cell proliferation, identification of bacterial and viral particles, expression and protein phosphorylation (PhosFlow) and identification and quantification of gene expression (PrimeFlow). More recently, the development of equipments capable of analyzing simultaneously several parameters (> 20) provided a new era in flow cytometry. Today, multiparametric cytometry is the state of the art in immunology research. This technology has enabled the identification of new cellular populations. The possibility of analyzing up to 50 parameters in a single cell not only alters the discriminatory capacity of cellular subtypes, but also provides greater data reliability and faster data generation. Not least, the increased analytical capacity of a single experiment provides considerable savings in reagents and materials, which optimize the expense of resources. (AU)

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Scientific publications (15)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
FACHI, J. L.; PRAL, L. P.; DOS SANTOS, J. A. C.; CODO, A. C.; DE OLIVEIRA, S.; FELIPE, J. S.; ZAMBOM, F. F. F.; CAMARA, N. O. S.; VIEIRA, P. M. M. M.; COLONNA, M.; et al. Hypoxia enhances ILC3 responses through HIF-1 alpha-dependent mechanism. MUCOSAL IMMUNOLOGY, v. 14, n. 4, . (15/15626-8, 19/11662-0, 18/22505-0, 18/15313-8, 18/02208-1, 17/06577-9, 19/06372-3, 17/16280-3)
PASCOAL, LIVIA BITENCOURT; RODRIGUES, PATRICIA BRITO; GENARO, LIVIA MOREIRA; DOS SANTOS PEREIRA GOMES, ARILSON BERNARDO; TOLEDO-TEIXEIRA, DANIEL AUGUSTO; PARISE, PIERINA LORENCINI; BISPO-DOS-SANTOS, KARINA; SIMEONI, CAMILA LOPES; GUIMARAES, PAULA VERI; BUSCARATTI, LUCAS ILDEFONSO; et al. Microbiota-derived short-chain fatty acids do not interfere with SARS-CoV-2 infection of human colonic samples. GUT MICROBES, v. 13, n. 1, p. 1-9, . (20/04558-0, 20/04583-4, 20/02448-2, 20/02312-3, 19/14342-7, 20/04746-0, 17/26908-0, 20/04579-7, 20/04919-2, 19/06372-3, 13/07607-8, 20/02159-0)
BRANDAO, W. N.; DE OLIVEIRA, M. G.; ANDREONI, R. T.; NAKAYA, H.; FARIAS, A. S.; PERON, J. P. S.. Neuroinflammation at single cell level: What is new?. Journal of Leukocyte Biology, . (13/08216-2, 18/21934-5, 17/50137-3, 17/26170-0, 12/19278-6, 17/22504-1, 17/21363-5, 18/14933-2, 19/06372-3)
BOLDRINI, VINICIUS O.; BRANDAO, CARLOS OTAVIO; PIMENTEL, V, MARIA LUCIA; VIDAL, ALINE; MANSUR, LETICIA F.; QUINTILIANO, RAPHAEL P. S.; SANTOS, LEONILDA M. B.; FARIAS, ALESSANDRO S.. Massive activity of cytotoxic cells during refractory Neuromyelitis Optica spectrum disorder. Journal of Neuroimmunology, v. 340, . (17/21363-5, 15/22052-8, 12/01408-0, 19/06372-3)
BRANDAO, W. N.; DE OLIVEIRA, M. G.; ANDREONI, R. T.; NAKAYA, H.; FARIAS, A. S.; PERON, J. P. S.. Neuroinflammation at single cell level: What is new?. Journal of Leukocyte Biology, v. 108, n. 4, p. 9-pg., . (17/22504-1, 13/08216-2, 18/14933-2, 19/06372-3, 17/21363-5, 17/26170-0, 12/19278-6, 17/50137-3, 18/21934-5)
MONTEIRO, LAUAR DE BRITO; PRODONOFF, JULIANA SILVEIRA; DE AGUIAR, CRISTHIANE FAVERO; CORREA-DA-SILVA, FELIPE; CASTOLDI, ANGELA; BAKKER, NIKKI VAN TEIJLINGEN; DAVANZO, GUSTAVO GASTAO; CASTELUCCI, BIANCA; PEREIRA, JESSICA APARECIDA DA SILVA; CURTIS, JONATHAN; et al. Leptin Signaling Suppression in Macrophages Improves Immunometabolic Outcomes in Obesity. Diabetes, v. 71, n. 7, p. 16-pg., . (13/07607-8, 19/06372-3, 18/19338-5, 16/23328-0, 19/25973-8, 20/16030-0, 19/19435-3)
PERON, J. P. S.; NAKAYA, H., I; SCHLINDWEIN, M. A. M.; GONCALVES, M. V. M.. COVID-19 Pandemic and Dysbiosis: Can the Ivermectin Hysteria Lead to an Increase of Autoimmune Neuroinflammatory Diseases?. CRITICAL REVIEWS IN IMMUNOLOGY, v. 40, n. 6, p. 6-pg., . (17/22504-1, 19/06372-3, 13/08216-2, 17/21363-5, 18/14933-2, 18/21934-5, 12/19278-6)
CORREA, RENAN OLIVEIRA; CASTRO, POLLYANA RIBEIRO; FACHI, JOSE LUIS; NIRELLO, VINICIUS DIAS; EL-SAHHAR, SALMA; IMADA, SHINYA; PEREIRA, GABRIEL VASCONCELOS; PRAL, LAIS PASSARIELLO; PEREIRA ARAUJO, NATHALIA VITORIA; FERNANDES, MARIANE FONT; et al. Inulin diet uncovers complex diet-microbiota-immune cell interactions remodeling the gut epithelium. MICROBIOME, v. 11, n. 1, p. 25-pg., . (16/23142-3, 21/06572-2, 19/06372-3, 19/16113-5, 19/02640-3, 18/15313-8, 20/02919-5, 17/16280-3, 20/14071-0, 21/00393-9, 17/06577-9, 20/13689-0, 21/05269-4, 20/02312-3, 18/10165-0, 20/00311-0)
CODO, ANA CAMPOS; DAVANZO, GUSTAVO GASTAO; MONTEIRO, LAUAR DE BRITO; DE SOUZA, GABRIELA FABIANO; MURARO, STEFANIE PRIMON; VIRGILIO-DA-SILVA, JOAO VICTOR; PRODONOFF, JULIANA SILVEIRA; CARREGARI, VICTOR CORASOLLA; OLIVEIRA DE BIAGI JUNIOR, CARLOS ALBERTO; CRUNFLI, FERNANDA; et al. Elevated Glucose Levels Favor SARS-CoV-2 Infection and Monocyte Response through a HIF-1 alpha/Glycolysis-Dependent Axis. Cell Metabolism, v. 32, n. 3, p. 15-pg., . (19/00098-7, 20/04558-0, 20/04522-5, 19/06372-3, 16/18031-8, 15/15626-8, 16/23328-0, 17/01184-9, 20/04919-2, 20/04583-4, 20/04579-7, 18/22505-0, 20/04746-0)
RODRIGUES, PATRICIA BRITO; GOMES, GIOVANNI FREITAS; ANGELIM, MONARA K. S. C.; SOUZA, GABRIELA F.; MURARO, STEFANIE PRIMON; TOLEDO-TEIXEIRA, DANIEL A.; CRUZ RATTIS, BRUNA AMANDA; PASSOS, AMANDA STEPHANE; PRAL, LAIS PASSARIELO; RODOVALHO, VINICIUS DE REZENDE; et al. Impact of Microbiota Depletion by Antibiotics on SARS-CoV-2 Infection of K18-hACE2 Mice. CELLS, v. 11, n. 16, p. 16-pg., . (20/10282-7, 20/04558-0, 20/05211-3, 19/06372-3, 20/04583-4, 20/04746-0)
BOLDRINI, VINICIUS O.; QUINTILIANO, RAPHAEL P. S.; SILVA, LUCAS S.; DAMASCENO, ALFREDO; SANTOS, LEONILDA M. B.; FARIAS, ALESSANDRO S.. Cytotoxic profile of CD3+CD20+T cells in progressive multiple sclerosis. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND RELATED DISORDERS, v. 52, . (17/21363-5, 19/06372-3, 14/26431-0)
PERON, J. P. S.; NAKAYA, I, H.; SCHLINDWEIN, M. A. M.; GONCALVES, M. V. M.. COVID-19 Pandemic and Dysbiosis: Can the Ivermectin Hysteria Lead to an Increase of Autoimmune Neuroinflammatory Diseases?. CRITICAL REVIEWS IN IMMUNOLOGY, v. 40, n. 6, SI, p. 537-542, . (17/22504-1, 18/14933-2, 12/19278-6, 13/08216-2, 18/21934-5, 19/06372-3, 17/21363-5)
BOLDRINI, VINICIUS O.; MARQUES, ANA M.; QUINTILIANO, RAPHAEL P. S.; MORAES, ADRIEL S.; STELLA, CARLA R. A. V.; LONGHINI, ANA LEDA F.; SANTOS, IRENE; ANDRADE, MARILIA; FERRARI, BRENO; DAMASCENO, ALFREDO; et al. ytotoxic B Cells in Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis Patient. FRONTIERS IN IMMUNOLOGY, v. 13, . (19/16116-4, 17/21363-5, 14/26431-0, 15/22052-8, 19/06372-3)
BRUNETTI, NATALIA S.; DAVANZO, GUSTAVO G.; DE MORAES, DIOGO; FERRARI, ALLAN J. R.; SOUZA, GABRIELA F.; MURARO, STEFANIE PRIMON; KNITTEL, THIAGO L.; BOLDRINI, VINICIUS O.; MONTEIRO, LAUAR B.; VIRGILIO-DA-SILVA, JOO VICTOR; et al. SARS-CoV-2 uses CD4 to infect T helper lymphocytes. eLIFE, v. 12, p. 26-pg., . (20/04558-0, 15/15626-8, 19/06459-1, 19/04726-2, 19/16116-4, 19/05155-9, 19/13552-8, 16/18031-8, 19/00098-7, 20/04583-4, 16/00194-8, 21/08354-2, 19/17007-4, 19/22398-2, 17/01184-9, 19/14465-1, 20/04579-7, 13/08293-7, 18/14933-2, 17/23920-9, 19/06372-3, 16/24163-4, 16/23328-0, 20/04919-2, 20/04746-0)

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