Acknowledging the VA Flow Facility
Please cite in your acknowledgments section the contribution of the Palo Alto VA Flow Cytometry Core in your publications/presentations! You can help by adding or modifying the following statement for your publication, presentation, or grant:
Flow cytometry and/or Fluorescent Activated Cell Sorting (FACS) was done with instruments in the Palo Alto VA Flow Cytometry Core, which is supported by the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Palo Alto Veterans Institute for Research (PAVIR), and the and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Technical assistance was provided by Dr. Corey Cain (and Dr. Lusijah Rott if users used the instruments before 2017).
For other VA guidance on publications, please check VHA HANDBOOK 1200.19.
Please send us a reference to the published paper and we will add it to our list publications below.
Thank you for using and acknowledging the Palo Alto VA Flow Cytometry Core in your work!
List of recent publications that have utilized the Palo Alto VA Flow Cytometry Core
Zeng R, Bscheider M, Lahl K, Lee M, Butcher EC (2016) Generation and transcriptional programming of intestinal dendritic cells: essential role of retinoic acid. Mucosal Immunol. 9(1):183-93.
Liu L, Cheung TH, Charville GW, Rando TA (2015) Isolation of skeletal muscle stem cells by fluorescence-activated cell sorting. Nat Protoc, 10: 1612-1624.
Rodgers JT, King KY, Brett JO, Cromie MJ, Charville GW, Maguire KK, Brunson C, Mastey N, Liu L, Tsai CR, Goodell MA, Rando TA (2014) mTORC1 controls the adaptive transition of quiescent stem cells from G0 to G(Alert). Nature, 510: 393-396.
Lee M, Kiefel H, LaJevic MD, Macauley MS, Kawashima H, O’Hara E, Pan J, Paulson JC, Butcher EC (2014) Transcriptional programs of lymphoid tissue capillary and high endothelium reveal control mechanisms for lymphocyte homing. Nat Immunol. (10):982-95.
Watchmaker PB, Lahl K, Lee M, Baumjohann D, Morton J, Kim SJ, Zeng R, Dent AK, Ansel M, Diamond B, Hadeiba H, Butcher EC (2014) Transcriptional and functional profiling of human intestinal dendritic cells reveals conserved specialization and a role for Bcl-6 and Blimp-1 in terminal subset differentiation. Nat Immunol. 2014 15(1): 98–108.
Sen A, Rott L, Phan N, Mukherjee G, Greenberg HB (2014) Rotavirus NSP1 protein inhibits interferon-mediated STAT1 activation. J Virol. 88(1):41-53.
Liu L, Cheung TH, Charville GW, Hurgo BM, Leavitt T, Shih J, Brunet A, Rando TA (2013) Chromatin modifications as determinants of muscle stem cell quiescence and chronological aging. Cell Rep, 4: 189-20.