Cytometry Part A

Cover image for Vol. 93 Issue 2

Edited By: Attila Tárnok

Impact Factor: 3.222

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 29/78 (Biochemical Research Methods); 97/190 (Cell Biology)

Online ISSN: 1552-4930

Associated Title(s): Cytometry Part B: Clinical Cytometry

MIFlowCyt Information


Submitting a MIFlowCyt-compliant Paper

Is the Minimum Information about a Flow Cytometry Experiment (MIFlowCyt) standard met? MIFlowCyt states the minimum information required to report flow cytometry (FCM) experiments to allow for future independent validation and interpretation of experimental data. For more information and a summary of the required information, please see the article, "MIFlowCyt: The Minimum Information About a Flow Cytometry Experiment" by Jamie A. Lee et al.

Manuscripts that contain flow cytometry data should comply with the MIFlowCyt standard and should include the following:

  • Experiment overview
  • Flow sample and specimen description
  • Instrument details
  • Data analysis details

Your submission must be accompanied with a completed MIFlowCyt Item Checklist.

MIFlowCyt-compliant Articles

High-throughput precision measurement of subcellular localization in single cells
Tyler J. Burns, Andreas P. Frei, Pier F. Gherardini, Felice A. Bava, Jake E. Batchelder, Yuki Yoshiyasu, Julie M. Yu, Amanda R. Groziak, Samuel C. Kimmey, Veronica D. Gonzalez, Wendy J. Fantl and Garry P. Nolan

Connected component masking accurately identifies the ratio of phagocytosed and cell-bound particles in individual cells by imaging flow cytometry.
Chenjie Fei, Dustin M.E. Lillico, Brian Hall, Aja M. Rieger and James L. Stafford

Combination of imaging flow cytometry and time-lapse microscopy for the study of label-free morphology dynamics of hematopoietic cells
Jérémie Cosette, Alice Moussy, Andras Paldi and Daniel Stockholm

OMIP-037: 16-color panel to measure inhibitory receptor signatures from multiple human immune cell subsets
Anna C. Belkina and Jennifer E. Snyder-Cappione

*Information on FlowRepository.org:

We recommend all authors to submit their data files to http://flowrepository.org prior to submission.
More information on FlowRepository.org can be found in the following article:

FlowRepository: A resource of annotated flow cytometry datasets associated with peer-reviewed publications
Josef Spidlen, Karin Breuer, Chad Rosenberg, Nikesh Kotecha and Ryan R. Brinkman

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