CYTO 2016

June 11–15, 2016 | Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington

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CYTO 2016

June 11–15, 2016

Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington

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Visit Fluidigm at Booth 602 and learn how you can identify and characterize distinct cellular subpopulations with unprecedented clarity using multiparameter mass cytometry and single-cell genomics. From the identification of new cellular biomarkers to deep profiling of cells at single-cell resolution, Fluidigm can help you expand the capabilities of your laboratory with innovative state-of-the-art technology.

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Mass cytometry: Powering breakthroughs in health and disease

Mass cytometry is a powerful research tool for elucidating the mechanisms underlying human disease and assessing treatment efficacy. Enabling high-parameter studies with simple panel design, mass cytometry has quickly become a mainstay at multiple immune monitoring core facilities and translational research laboratories around the world.

In this tutorial, two prominent researchers will share how they successfully implemented mass cytometry as a routine analysis tool in different settings: an immune monitoring core facility involved in multicenter studies and a research lab performing an immune checkpoint inhibitor study with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) patient samples.

Tuesday, June 14
12:45–1:45 pm
Tahoma 3, TCC Level Three

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Speakers

Defining the phenotypic and functional immune microenvironment in AML
Evan Lind, PhD

Evan Lind, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
Department of Cell, Development and Cancer Biology
Oregon Health & Science University

Toward an assay of global immune competence

Holden Maecker, PhD

Holden Maecker, PhD
Associate Professor (Research) and Director
Human Immune Monitoring Center, Stanford University

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Interrogate complex cell populations from every angle.

Visit us at Booth 602 to learn more.

Exhibition hours
Sunday, June 12, 6:00–8:00 pm
Monday, June 13, 10:30 am–7:30 pm
Tuesday, June 14, 10:30 am–8:00 pm
Wednesday, June 15, 10:30 am–4:30 pm

Helios™, a CyTOF® system

Expand beyond traditional flow cytometry with high-parameter cellular profiling.

Using Helios mass cytometry you can identify and characterize changes in unique cell populations with confidence across a wide range of cell surface and intracellular protein biomarkers.

Experience how easy it is to build your own multiparameter panels with over 600 antibodies available.

Helios

C1™

Access the largest range of industry-proven single-cell workflows to identify and confirm novel biomarkers to inform future panel designs.

Characterize mRNA and microRNA expression,
T cell clonotype, epigenetic markers and genomic variants in unique cell populations with single-cell genomics.

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Sunday, June 12

Time

Title

Presenter, Institution

Location

9:30 am

High Content Analysis of Pancreatic Cancers Using Imaging Mass Cytometry

David Hedley,
Princess Margaret Hospital

Hall 4C, WSCC Level 4

11:00 am

Highly Multiplexed Simultaneous Detection of Proteins and RNAs in Single Cells

Pier Federico Gherardini,
Stanford University

Tahoma 1, TCC Level 3

11:20 am

Simultaneous Imaging of Proteins and Transcripts in Cells by Highly Multiplexed Imaging Mass Cytometry

Daniel Schulz, University of Zurich

Tahoma 1, TCC Level 3

11:20 am

Multi-parametric, Single Cell Measurements by Imaging Mass Cytometry Improves Classification of Breast Cancer Patients

Hartland Jackson, University of Zurich

Skagit 5, TCC Lower Level

12:00 pm

Application of Silver Nanoparticles for the Specific Detection of Cellular Antigens in Mass Cytometry

Axel Ronald Schulz, German Rheumatism Research Center

Tahoma 5, TCC Level 3

Monday, June 13

11:20 am

Unraveling the Tumor Microenvironment in Three Dimensions using Imaging Mass Cytometry

Raúl Catena,
University of Zurich

Skagit 4, TCC Lower Level

11:20 am

A Novel Approach for the High Throughput Imaging of 3D Spheroids Using Imaging Mass Cytometry

Vito Zanotelli, University of Zurich

Tahoma 3, TCC Level 3

11:40 am

Performing Systems Immunology Using Next Generation High-Dimensional Single-Cell Cytometry Systems: Bright Lights and Heavy Metals

Thomas Ashhurst,
The University of Sydney

Tahoma 3, TCC Level 3

Tuesday, June 14

11:00 am

Deep Profiling of the Murine Myelopoietic System: Signaling and Cell Cycle Responses to Neurotropic Viral Infection Profiled by Flow and Mass Cytometry (CyTOF)

Thomas Ashhurst,
The University of Sydney

Tahoma 1, TCC Level 3

11:20 am

Dynamics of T-Lymphocyte Differentiation Revealed by Tracing Single Cell Proliferative History

Zinaida Good,
Stanford University

Tahoma 1, TCC Level 3

11:40 am

Deep Immuno-phenotyping and Functional Assessment of Leukocyte Responses to M. tuberculosis Using Cytometry by Time-of-Flight

Virginie Rozot, Stanford University

Tahoma 1, TCC Level 3

Wednesday, June 15

11:00 am

Multiplexed Imaging Cytometry Analysis Toolbox Coupled to Imaging Mass Cytometry Reveals Patterns of Cell Interactions amongst the Heterogeneity of Breast Cancer

Denis Schapiro, University of Zurich

Skagit 4, TCC Lower Level

12:00 pm

CLEAN Corrects Variations in CyTOF Sample Preparation

Jeffrey Hokanson,
MD Anderson Cancer Center

Tahoma 5, TCC Level 3

3:55 pm

Mass Cytometric Functional Profiling of Acute Myeloid Leukemia Defines Cell-Cycle and Immunophenotypic Properties That Correlate with Known Responses to Therapy

Gregory Behbehani, The Ohio State University

Hall 4C, WSCC Level 4


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