Flow cytometry is a technology for assaying labelled cells suspended in fluid and passed through a detector. The labels are usually fluorescent and used for counting and sorting the cells in a signal dependent manner, but other labels and detection methods can also be used. Imaging flow cytometers can take a fluorescence image of each cell.
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