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Receptor Occupancy in the Clinic

Posted on: July 10, 2019

Immunotherapeutic molecules currently being used in the clinic are powerful immune modulators, but their effectiveness can be inconsistent between patients. Clinicians and scientists use different assays to evaluate why immunotherapies fail in the clinic. The flow cytometry-based receptor occupancy (RO) assay is a critical tool for evaluating the effectiveness of immunotherapies in the clinic. Here are three features of flow cytometry-based RO assays that give them clinical value.

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Test Tube Throwdown – Finding the Right Tube for the Job

Posted on: June 12, 2019

High quality flow cytometry results start with proper collection, processing and storage of cell specimens. Several factors determine which type of test tube to use for sample collection, including the cell type you are studying, and your preservation and shipping needs.

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