Another very common laser after the “blue” and “red” laser in flow cytometers. A “violet” laser in flow cytometry typically is referred to as the 405 because most flow cytometers use a violet laser with a wavelength of 405nm. Pacific Blue and Pacific Orange are the most common fluorophores used with this laser, but Brilliant Violet fluors are gaining popularity.
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