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The Immune System – Webinars and Online Events

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Exploring Complex Tissue Microenvironments With Spatial Biology

Join this webinar to learn the fundamentals of spatial multiplexing for single-cell proteomics and hear how it enables the in-depth exploration of complex tissue microenvironments through the detection and quantification of a virtually unlimited number of protein target analytes.

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High-Throughput Plasma Profiling for Enhanced Biomarker Discovery

Meaningful biomarker studies that account for genetic, environmental and lifestyle variation, or comprise of complex signatures from multiple proteins, require large cohorts – too large for the current proteomics discovery platforms.
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Ask Me Anything: CRISPR Genome Editing Technology

On-Demand
Join us for an exclusive opportunity to speak directly with Dr. David Baltimore, a distinguished figure in this field and a Nobel Laureate, as he navigates the complexities of CRISPR genome editing technology.
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Assess Immune Profiling and Enable Biomarker Discovery With Spatial Transcriptomics

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This webinar highlights a platform that can identify biomarkers with clinical benefit in non-small cell lung cancer and analyze the immune microenvironment in bone marrow trephine samples.
Driving Immunotherapy Development with Metabolic Analysis
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Driving Immunotherapy Development With Metabolic Analysis

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This webinar showcases the latest live-cell metabolic analysis technologies for the detection of cellular bioenergetic changes in human immune cells. It demonstrates real-world applications for the development and testing of life-saving therapeutics.
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Understanding the Role of Immune Cells in the Tumor Microenvironment

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Using the example of tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs), this webinar takes a closer look at immune cells in the tumor microenvironment (TME), helping us to gain a better understanding of how specific subtypes and their reprogramming may influence therapy efficiency.
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Real-Time Functional Characterization of Monoclonal Antibodies

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Antibodies are ideal therapeutic biomolecules due to their ability to bind to a variety of targets with high affinity and specificity. Innovations in hybridoma and phage display technologies have enabled drug developers to exploit the natural diversity in antibodies, leading to the wide use of monoclonal antibodies.
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Cell-to-Cell Communication in Cancer

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Cancer cells engage in intricate interactions with neighboring cancerous and stromal cells through direct cell-to-cell contact and paracrine signaling. Long-range communication with distant organ sites is facilitated by extracellular vesicles, as well as signaling molecules like cytokines, hormones and growth factors .
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Optimizing mRNA Purification Conditions by Using a High-Throughput Screening Approach

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To support the development of mRNA-based therapies scientists require platforms that will help to address the selectivity and capacity requirements for the large-scale manufacturing of mRNA used in vaccine and gene therapy applications.
The Spatial Biology Revolution 2023
Online Event

The Spatial Biology Revolution 2023

On-Demand
New for 2023, this online event will provide researchers with an opportunity to learn about how spatial biology is helping us to gain a deeper understanding of molecular biology and mechanisms of disease. Speakers will discuss advances in spatial technologies and how they are being applied to provide a more complete picture of cells and complex biological systems in areas such as cancer research and neuroscience.
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