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    Many therapeutic drugs and biologics under development target the immune system to mediate their effects. These molecules may only be needed at very low concentrations to trigger the desired response, and understanding the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of an experimental biologic or drug is instrumental to determining the appropriate dose range to use for clinical trials.

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  • Cyno versus Rhesus NHPs - Things to think about when choosing non-human primate samples in your Flow Cytometry Studies View Post Summary

    Non-human primates (NHPs) are a valuable research tool, especially in the development of vaccines and treatments for infectious diseases like HIV[1]. Although biomedical researchers have made significant advances in reducing the number of NHPs used in research, some preclinical experiments can only be carried out in these unique animal models.

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  • Strategies for Measuring Immune Cell Activation by Flow Cytometry View Post Summary

    Many immune responses activate specific cell subsets, and researchers often need to monitor the activation status of cells when evaluating a novel drug or treatment. Evidence of activation differs between cell types and may include cell proliferation, cytokine production, or modulation in cell surface marker expression. Activation assays have existed for decades, and early methods for measuring cell proliferation relied on the use of radioactive thymidine.[1] ELISPOT assays have also been a historically popular technique for measuring cytokine production by immune cells[2], but flow cytometry-based assays have now become the prevailing method for monitoring all aspects of cell activation.

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