Andrea Amitrano

(Pathology Department, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, USA)

“The pxONE device is a great tool for my project because it allows us to determine the kinetics of our optogenetic construct in real time. The ease of changing the light intensity and light duration on the pxONE is an important aspect in determining the kinetics. Being able to photoactivate our construct while simultaneously performing flow cytometry is quite powerful because we can collect data from many cells very quickly and is essential to confirm our optogenetic construct is functioning as expected.”