Bindley Bioscience Center

Scheduling

Researchers who have had training on the instrumentation can use the on-line reservation system called CORAL. CORAL is a web-based reservation and billing system.

Coral can be accessed HERE


Directions on how to use Coral can be found HERE

ALL Coral help requests should be sent to coral@ecn.purdue.edu

First time users:

  1. Contact Jeff Woodliff (jwoodlif@purdue.edu) the Flow Cytometry Facility to schedule a meeting to discuss your project needs and estimate costs. All new applications should be discussed with the Flow Cytometry Core staff before scheduling your experiment.
  2. Contact Jeff Woodliff (jwoodlif@purdue.edu) to schedule mandatory laboratory training and training on the instrument.
  3. Each PI needs to request a CORAL account for all new users
  4. Schedule time on the instrument using CORAL.
  5. CORAL can be accessed HERE
  6. ALL Coral help requests should be sent to coral@ecn.purdue.edu

How do I schedule time on the Quanta SC or the FC500 Flow Cytometers?

  • Contact Jeff Woodliff (jwoodlif@purdue.edu) to schedule a meeting to discuss your project needs and estimate costs.
  • All new applications should be discussed with the Flow Cytometry Facility staff before scheduling your experiment.
  • Contact Jeff Woodliff (jwoodlif@purdue.edu) to schedule mandatory laboratory training and training on the instrument.
  • Schedule time on the instrument using CORAL.
  • CORAL can be accessed HERE

How do I schedule a cell sort on the Sony iCyt Reflection Cell Sorter?

  • All new sorts and sorting applications must be discussed with the Flow Cytometry Facility staff before scheduling your experiment.
  • All sorts will be performed by the Flow Cytometry Facility staff.
  • Contact the Flow Cytometry Facility , Jeff Woodliff (jwoodlif@purdue.edu) to schedule a meeting to discuss your project needs and estimate costs.
  • You can view the iCyte reflection cell sorter schedule on CORAL to determine instrument availability.
  • Send an email to Jeff Woodliff (jwoodlif@purdue.edu) to request a cell sorting appointment.
  • The Core Staff will make the appointment in CORAL for you.

What do I need to know before contacting the staff to schedule a sort?

  • The fluorescent probes to be used in the experiment
  • The size of the cells to be sorted
  • The number of populations to be sorted
  • Whether the sorted sample should be kept sterile
  • Whether the sorting sample is a biohazard
  • The schedule for the iCyte reflection sorter is available on CORAL
  • You must have a CORAL account created before scheduling a sort.

Address
Bindley Bioscience Center -- Room 233
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907-1971

Flow Cytometry Facility

Jeff Woodliff