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Kathleen B. Noer, B.A.

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Cancer and Inflammation Program
Head, CCR Frederick Flow Cytometry Core
Staff Scientist (Contr)
Center for Cancer Research
National Cancer Institute
Building 560, Room 31-54
P.O. Box B
Frederick, MD 21702-1201


The CCR-Frederick Flow Cytometry Core is a dedicated resource for CCR investigators located at the National Cancer Institute at Frederick (NCI-Frederick) who are doing basic research. The Flow Cytometry Core is embedded in the Cancer Inflammation Program (CIP). Services include:

- analysis and/or sorting of stained or transfected samples,

- assisting investigators in experimental study design, and

- user training.

To serve the research needs of CCR-Frederick investigators, the Core maintains 7 analyzers and 3 cell sorters. Instruments range in complexity from 1 laser with 3 fluorescent detectors to 3 or 5 lasers with 19
fluorescent detectors. Instruments are upgraded frequently to meet the demands of more complex analyses aimed at defining precise cell populations and as novel applications are developed.

For more information about the CCR-Frederick Flow Cytometry Core, please contact Kathleen Noer (

This page was last updated on 6/10/2013.