May 8 - 12, 2015 | Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana


May 8, 2015

Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana


The world's leading immunology event, IMMUNOLOGY 2015 gathered together immunologists from more than 40 countries showcase the latest field developments, lab tools and research techniques.

The immune system consists of a wide range of distinct cell types, each with important roles, and a set of different strategies that allow successful elimination of a wide variety of pathogens, including viruses, bacteria, parasites, and cancer. Without a deep understanding of immune complexity, it is impossible to model immune response and develop powerful therapies.

You can now unravel immune complexity by analyzing single cells at the transcriptomic and proteomic level, and select individual cells for functional studies to determine their biological role. By spanning both sequencing and mass cytometry, Fluidigm’s technologies for single-cell biology provide the broadest, most accurate and sensitive approach to accelerate your scientific breakthroughs.

Fluidigm at IMMUNOLOGY 2015
Technology Workshop
Connect cell diversity, stimulus and response with single-cell biology
Finding markers of immune system state, capability, and response requires a broad; systems level view of the most heterogeneous samples. Learn how single-cell biology gives a clear view into immune complexity and simplifies your approach to discovery.
Candia Brown, Fluidigm 

Fluidigm Posters
Enhancements in Mass Cytometry for Multiplexing Samples and Increasing Cell Detection Rates
Olga Ornatsky, PhD, Fluidigm 

Metal-Conjugated NeutrAvidin for MHC Multimer Assays Using Mass Cytometry
Olga Ornatsky, PhD, Fluidigm 

Talkin’ Cell-to-Cell
Learn how you can incorporate single-cell sequencing, mass cytometry, and advanced data analysis into your research.

Single-Cell Preparation Guide
A high quality sample preparation is vital for single-cell biology. In this guide, we have assembled optimized protocols for dissociation, enrichment, staining, and quality control to help you prepare high-quality single-cell suspensions for every experiment.