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Pre-filtration significantly alters plankton size distribution

19.02.2019 Por:Tina Silovic

The main focus of imaging flow cytometers has been for years to produce reliable counts and image all particles flowing through. An equally important issue, yet receiving less attention, is to which extent the samples entering...[Leer más]


The CytoSense was used in a new study published in Microbial Cell Factories

15.02.2019 Por:Tina Silovic

In the recently published research article  "Production of a recombinant peroxidase in different glyco-engineered Pichia pastoris strains: a morphological and physiological comparison", Pekarsky, A.  et...[Leer más]


CytoBuoy will take a break for the winter holidays

18.12.2018 Por:Tina Silovic

Holidays are approaching and we wanted to let you know that CytoBuoy will be taking a break for the winter holidays. Our office at Johan de Wittlaan 11, 3445AG Woerden  will be closed from:  Lights OUT -...[Leer más]


Prochlorococcus distribution in surface waters of Mediterranean Sea analysed by CytoSense

29.11.2018 Por:Tina Silovic

Prochlorococcus sp., the smallest and the most abundant photoautotroph in the oceans can be very dim in surface layers, which makes it quite hard to detect by many flow cytometers. Due to its key role in a variety of ecosystems,...[Leer más]


Plankton net (200 microns) sample reveals astonishing beauty and (size) diversity of these beautiful marine creatures

26.11.2018 Por:Tina Silovic

Recently we visited Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography (MIO) in Marseille, France where we analysed plankton net (200 μm) samples from Marseille Bay. What we have found the most impressive is the size range of...[Leer más]


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