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    Vaccine researchers are currently faced with the challenges of developing novel vaccine strategies to protect humankind from devastating infections including the long-standing foes of HIV, malaria, tuberculosis, and more emergent infections like Ebola and Zika virus. Vaccine research is dependent on monitoring immune responses in animal models and in humans participating in clinical trials, and flow cytometry is at the forefront of vaccine research. An unprecedented number of parameters can be measured by flow cytometry now, and this facilitates the monitoring of multiple immune cell subsets simultaneously[1].

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  • Quality Control and Flow Cytometry:  What is it and why do it? View Post Summary

    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.

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  • Considerations For Developing Flow Cytometry Assays In Both GLP & GCP Studies View Post Summary

    Preclinical research aims to identify promising therapeutic candidates and determine if they meet safety and efficacy benchmarks to move into clinical trials. Flow cytometry can be used in both preclinical research and clinical trials but must be in compliance with Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and Good Clinical Laboratory Practices (GCLP) in order to satisfy the regulatory requirements and industry standards for experimental therapies that may at some point be destined for treating patients. Consider these key elements required for flow cytometry assays for GLP/GCLP-compliance as you assess your preclinical and clinical research needs.

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