For our second episode of “The Conversational Flow” podcast, Brian and Adam felt that the best topic to discuss was that of sample collection, sample processing and the important role it plays in Flow Cytometry analysis. This is an often discussed topic – What is the best way to collect and process samples – and it really comes down how you plan to use the samples. When looking at certain assays, fresh samples are needed, whereas with others, frozen samples may not only be acceptable – they may even be preferable. Brian and Adam dive into this episode with all the info you will need to make your sample decisions in the future!

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“The Conversational Flow” an official podcast of KCAS Bioanalytical and Biomarker Services, and focuses on the more niche topic of Flow Cytometry and its role within the greater pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and bioanalytical industries.. Every month, KCAS will bring you another 60 minutes (or so) of friendly banter between our two finest Flow Cytometry experts as they chat over coffee and discuss what they’ve learned about the world of Flow Cytometry the past couple of weeks. The Weekly Bioanalysis is brought to you by KCAS.

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