Other articles related to "flow":
... The first impedance-based flow cytometry device, using the Coulter principle, was disclosed in U.S ... was the inventor of the forerunner to today's flow cytometers - particularly the cell sorter ... The first fluorescence-based flow cytometry device (ICP 11) was developed in 1968 by Wolfgang Göhde from the University of Münster, filed for patent on 18 December 1968 and first commercialized in 1968/69 ...
... In differential geometry, the Yamabe flow is an intrinsic geometric flow—a process which deforms the metric of a Riemannian manifold ... It is the negative L2-gradient flow of the (normalized) total scalar curvature, restricted to a given conformal class it can be interpreted as deforming a Riemannian metric to a ... It was introduced by Richard Hamilton shortly after the Ricci flow, as an approach to solve the Yamabe problem on manifolds of positive conformal Yamabe invariant ...
... Modern flow cytometers are able to analyze several thousand particles every second, in "real time," and can actively separate and isolate particles having specified properties ... A flow cytometer is similar to a microscope, except that, instead of producing an image of the cell, flow cytometry offers "high-throughput" (for a large number of cells ... A flow cytometer has five main components a flow cell - liquid stream (sheath fluid), which carries and aligns the cells so that they pass single file through the light ...
... The data generated by flow-cytometers can be plotted in a single dimension, to produce a histogram, or in two-dimensional dot plots or even in three ... Data accumulated using the flow cytometer can be analyzed using software, e.g ... Once the data are collected, there is no need to stay connected to the flow cytometer ...
... Flow (policy debate), a form of note-taking in policy debate Cash flow, the movement of cash into or out of a business, project, or financial product ...
Famous quotes containing the word flow:
“Though your views are in straight antagonism to theirs, assume an identity of sentiment, assume that you are saying precisely that which all think, and in the flow of wit and love roll out your paradoxes in solid column, with not the infirmity of a doubt.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Learning and teaching should not stand on opposite banks and just watch the river flow by; instead, they should embark together on a journey down the water. Through an active, reciprocal exchange, teaching can strengthen learning how to learn.”
—Loris Malaguzzi (19201994)
“Our sense of these things changes and they change,
Not as in metaphor, but in our sense
Of them. So sense exceeds all metaphor.
It exceeds the heavy changes of the light.
It is like a flow of meanings with no speech
And of as many meanings as of men.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)