Services offered

The services offered by the Cytometry Research Support Transversal Unit (RSTU) to date are:

  • Sample processing and acquisition for cytometer analysis
  • Cytometric data analysis
  • At the request of the investigators, technical assistance will be provided for the study and observation of samples under the best possible conditions, for the design of analytical protocols, the selection of antibodies and the processing and acquisition of data, as well as their analysis.
  • Conducting training courses for users

Current customers

  • HCSC:

      • Allergy group
      • Multiple Sclerosis Group
      • Environmental Factors in Degenerative Diseases Group
      • Physiopathology and neurological therapeutics of INA (NEURO-INA-IN) Group
      • Genetics and Molecular Basis of Complex Diseases Group
      • Pharmaceutical Innovation in Ophthalmology Group
      • Clinical and Translational Research in Oncology Group
      • Translational Research in Acute Myocardial Syndromes (INTEGRA) Group
      • Cardiovascular Risk Group
      • Haematology and Haemotherapy Department
      • Endocrinology Clinical Management Unit
      • Immunology Clinical Management Unit
      • Rheumatology Clinical Management Unit
      • Cell Therapy Unit Clean Room


    • Laboratory of Neurobiology of Hearing (Faculty of Medicine)
    • Pharmacology and Toxicology Department (Faculty of Medicine)

Potential customers

  • Any user requiring identification of cells and/or components by flow cytometry.

The Biobank is attached to 2 external committees:

Relevant publications

    • 2020Glia – Microglial CX3CR1 productionincreases in Alzheimer’sdisease and isregulatedbynoradrenaline
    • 2018Plosone. 2018; 5; 13(1): e0190494 – Effect of intensive multifactorial treatmenton vascular progenitor cells in hypertensivepatients. Maroun-Eid C *; Ortega-Hernández A*; Abad-Cardiel A; García-Donaire JA; Reinares L; Kruzliak P; Martell-Claros
    • 2018DigLiverDis. 50(11):1183-118. – Evaluation of T cells in bloodafter a short gluten challengeforcoeliacdisease diagnosis. López-Palacios N, Pascual V, Castaño M, Bodas A, Fernández-Prieto M, Espino-Paisán L, Martínez-Ojinaga E, Salazar I, Martínez-Curiel R, Rey E, Estrada L, Molero-Abraham M, Reche PA, Dieli-Crimi R, Núñez C.
    • 2017VetImmunol Immunopathol.190:65-72  – Mite allergoids coupled to nonoxidizedmannan from Saccharomyces cerevisae efficiently target canine dendritic cells for novel allergy immunotherapy in veterinary medicine. Soria I, Alvarez J, Manzano AI, López-Relaño J, Cases B, Mas-Fontao A, Cañada FJ, Fernández-Caldas E, Casanovas M, Jiménez-Barbero J, Palomares O, Viñals-Flórez LM, Subiza JL.
    • 2015Hipertens Riesgo Vasc 2015;32:142-150 – Circulating endothelial progenitor cell levels in treated hypertensive patients
    • 2014Circ Res 2014;115:950-60 – Selected CD133(+) Progenitor Cells to Promote Angiogenesis in Patients With Refractory Angina Final Results of the PROGENITOR Randomized Trial

Other members of the Unit

    • Dra. Adriana Ortega Hernández
    • Dr. Javier Modrego Martin
    • Rubén Gómez-Gordo Diaz

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