Flow cytometry (FC) is a sensitive and highly customizable technique that can be used in both preclinical and clinical studies. How do you ensure that flow cytometry data is reliable, consistent and can meet the standards required for regulatory requirements or clinical trials? Implementing quality control (QC) procedures is a widely accepted strategy to guarantee that your flow cytometry data is handled in a rigorous and consistent manner and can be used for regulatory compliance and clinical trial evaluations.Read the full article »
Cell sorting is not limited to studying cells derived from blood or tissue samples, but it is also a valuable too for characterizing cell lines. Cell lines are critical to basic research studies as well as biopharmaceutical product development and production. Consider these cell sorting applications for your cell line needs.Read the full article »
Immune cell infiltration is essential for anti-tumor responses because immune cells must be able to be in close proximity to tumor cells for these responses to be effective. Flow cytometry is a flexible and powerful tool for detecting and monitoring the presence of infiltrating immune cells, or TIL, and can be customized to detect any immune cell subset.
Consider these questions as you think about assessing infiltrating immune cells with flow cytometry in your Immuno-Oncology (IO) research.Read the full article »