GLIIFCA Meeting 2018
September 28–30, 2018
Cincinnati Marriott at River Center, Covington, KYRegister
Simplify human immune profiling with mass cytometry
Mass cytometry powered by CyTOF® has moved into the mainstream of cytometric analysis and is being adopted by translational and clinical researchers around the world.
Visit us at GLIIFCA 2018 to learn how Fluidigm enables comprehensive cellular profiling of the immune system and the tissue microenvironment with proven mass cytometry and Imaging Mass Cytometry™ technologies and applications.
Join us at our Industrial Science Symposium talk.
Friday, September 28
Streamlined human immune monitoring with mass cytometry:
29 markers in a single tube and automated data analysis
|Michelle Poulin, PhD
Manager, Field Applications
Michelle Poulin will describe the new Fluidigm Maxpar® Human Immune Monitoring Panel Kit, a single-tube, pre-titrated 29-marker panel kit for human immune monitoring that comes with access to an automated third-party data analysis solution. Such advances are moving mass cytometry closer to a future role in health care decision making.
Visit posters and presentations featuring Fluidigm technology.
Saturday, September 29
Streamlined human immune monitoring with mass cytometry: 29 markers in a single tube with automated data analysis
Greg Stelzer1, Christina Loh1, Thiru Selvanantham1, Leslie Fung1, Michelle M. Poulin1, C. Bruce Bagwell2, Margaret Inokuma2, Clare E. Rogers1, Steven T. Lott1.
1Fluidigm Corporation, South San Francisco, CA, USA; 2Verity Software House, Topsham, ME, USA
Exhibit Dates & Hours:
Sunday, September 30: 3:50–7:15 pm
Monday, October 1: 8:00 am–6:00 pm
Tuesday, October 2: 8:00–10:40 am
Maxpar® Human Immune Monitoring Panel Kit
Identify and deeply profile all major leukocyte populations in a single tube of human PBMC with this pre-optimized, 29-marker panel kit. Designed for use on the Helios™ mass cytometry system, the kit comes with access to an automated third-party data analysis solution.
Identify and deeply characterize changes in multiple cell populations simultaneously, obtaining maximal information from every precious sample.
Hyperion Imaging System
Visualize 4 to 37 protein markers in the spatial context of the tissue microenvironment using Imaging Mass Cytometry.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.