Design 2008 - (c) Beran.Design
Programming 2008 - (c) Bernd Albrecht
Welcome to the Research Lab at the Heart Centre, University of Leipzig. The lab is a multidisciplinary environment with people working on projects in quantitative cytometric cell analysis
The major focus of our group is the quantitative analysis of cells and cell systems by Cytomics and Tissomics as markers and data inventory for characterisation of health and diseases.
Major scientific projects are immunology and stress response of congenital heart diseases and developmental aspects of the immune system. In addition, we develop novel assays and instrumentation for quantitative high-content single-cell analysis of cell suspension, cell cultures and tissue biopsies and sections.
Our national and international collaboration partners are from academics and industry. You will find more details on ongoing and past project and our technologies on our website.
Attila Tárnok
Prof. Dr. rer. nat.
Professor of Immunology and Cytomics
Editor-in-Chief "Cytometry Part A"
Herzzentrum Leipzig
Universität Leipzig
Leipziger Workshop
TRM Leipzig
LIFE
ISAC
Cytometry Part A
Download here the software "FCS-Exporter" as a freeware for simple analysis and visualization of FCS2, FCS3 and especially LMD files.
This software is running without installation.
Requirements: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP 1 (already included in Windows 7/8, or alternatively downloaded from here)

Instructions:
1. Download the RAR file from here and save it in a folder
2. Extract the file "FCS_Exporter.exe"
3. Run/Open the exe file
4. Select the language (English or German)
5. Load your measurement file
6. See the help button for further instructions (e.g. data visualization)

If you have any questions or problems fell free to submit an email to us.

Notice:
This software is protected by copyright.
Use the software at your own risk.

References:
Tarnok A, Melzer S, Albrecht B, Dähnert I, Bocsi J, 2014. FCS-Exporter an easy free software tool for FCS2, FCS3 and LMD data. CYTO 2014 XXIX Congress of the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA