Mitochondria and Cell Death by Flow Cytometry

Recorded On: 04/28/2018

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The Presenters

Lara Gibellini, PhD
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Italy

Jose Enrique O'Connor, PhD
University of Valencia
Spain

Session Summary

Mitochondria are essential organelles for several cellular processes including energy production, calcium homeostasis, reactive oxygen species production, fatty acid oxidation, metabolite synthesis, and regulation of cell death. Given their crucial role in cellular functions, it is not surprising that mitochondrial malfunctions are frequently observed in a number of physio-pathological conditions, including genetic diseases, cancer and aging. Flow cytometry represents one of the most rapid and powerful tool for investigating mitochondrial phenotype at the single-cell level, allowing the generation of multiple information on single cells in a high-throughput manner, with high sensitivity and reproducibility.

This tutorial will introduce users to the main aspects of mitochondrial biology and cell death and will show how flow cytometry can be used to analyze those aspects of cellular biology.

CMLE Credit: 1.5

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Mitochondria and Cell Death by Flow Cytometry
Recorded 04/28/2018
Recorded 04/28/2018 A CYTO 2018 Scientific Tutorial by Lara Gibellini and Jose Enrique O'Connor
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1.50 CMLE credits  |  Certificate available
1.50 CMLE credits  |  Certificate available