Immunology 2019™

May 9-13, 2019 | San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA

Immunology 2019™

May 9-13, 2019

San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA


The New Standard in Immune Profiling Has Arrived

Mass cytometry is an ideal analytic approach for immunophenotyping, enabling detection of more than 40 immune cell markers in a single tube. Now, Fluidigm has made this powerful technology easier than ever to implement for immune profiling.

Visit us at AAI exhibit Booth 1514 to learn about the Maxpar® Direct™ Immune Profiling System, the first sample-to-answer solution for high-dimensional immune profiling of PBMC and whole samples.

The system brings together CyTOF® technology on the Helios™ system, a dry 30 marker antibody panel and automated Maxpar Pathsetter™ software so you can easily count 37 immune cell populations with performance you can trust.

Visualize the Immune Response

When it’s important to visualize the tissue or tumor microenvironment to assess immune cell phenotypes or infiltration, you need more than just a few markers at a time. Imaging Mass Cytometry™ is the best choice for both the specificity and the multiplexing you need to gain the deepest understanding in immunology and immunopathology research.

  • Get all the information at once using up to 37 metal-tagged antibodies.
  • Quantify subcellular localization, tissue heterogeneity, cell relationships and phenotypes.
  • Avoid autofluorescence in FFPE tissues.

Imaging Mass Cytometry is already established in over 50 labs globally. Learn how you too can generate highly multiplexed images in a single scan with the Hyperion™ Imaging System for Imaging Mass Cytometry.

Exhibit Dates and Hours:

Friday, May 10 9:30 am–4:30 pm
Saturday, May 11 9:30 am–4:30 pm
Sunday, May 12 9:30 am–4:30 pm

Don't Miss Our AAI Workshop

Friday, May 10 | 12:30-1:15pm | Exhibitor Workshop Room 2

The new standard for deep immune profiling with CyTOF technology:
30 markers, 1 tube, 5-minute data analysis

Join us for a workshop to hear about the Maxpar Direct Immune Profiling System, an innovative new product providing a sample-to-answer solution ideal for immune monitoring studies in clinical and translational research.

The Maxpar® Direct™ Immune Profiling Assay™ offers an efficient and reliable single-tube workflow for staining human PBMC or whole blood with a dry 30-marker panel of metal-labeled antibodies.

Maxpar Pathsetter is a fully automated reporting and data analysis solution that identifies 37 immune cell types in FCS files from samples processed with the Maxpar Direct Immune Profiling Assay and collected on the Helios mass cytometer.

Seating is limited. Lunch is provided.

Download flyer with presentations and posters featuring Fluidigm technology at Immunology 2019.

Featured Products

Maxpar Direct Immune Profiling Assay

The first complete sample-to-answer solution for high-dimensional immune profiling of human PBMC and whole blood. The system brings together CyTOF technology, a dry 30-marker antibody panel and automated analysis with Maxpar Pathsetter software to easily quantify 37 immune cell populations in a single tube.

Maxpar Direct Immune Profiling Assay

Helios, a CyTOF system

Identify and deeply characterize changes in multiple cell populations simultaneously, obtaining maximal information from every precious sample.

Helios, a CyTOF System

Hyperion Imaging System

Visualize up to 37 protein markers to interrogate complex cellular phenotypes and their interrelationships in the context of the tissue microenvironment using Imaging Mass Cytometry.

Hyperion Imaging System


Reveal the diversity of immune cell subpopulations and T cell receptor clonotypes in health and disease states at single-cell resolution.


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