ISSCR 2016

June 22–25, 2016 | Moscone West, San Francisco, CA

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ISSCR 2016

June 22–25, 2016

Moscone West, San Francisco, CA

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Stem cell state and fate are controlled by the complex interplay of the genomic state and microenvironment. However, methods that look at the average of many cells cannot discern the dynamics of each cell in the stem cell transition. Single-cell biology enables deeper, more precise insights into the drivers of pluripotency, differentiation and self-renewal.

By integrating single-cell genomics, transcriptomics, epigenetics and proteomics, you now have access to a complete suite of single-cell biology applications. Our simple and complete solutions enable you to optimize stem cell culture conditions, identify the genes, signatures and characteristics of stem cell state and discover new cell states and sub-populations for further exploration. Now you can define and manipulate cell and disease-based models to explore regulatory mechanisms and treatment paradigms with with ease and precision.

Join Fluidigm at ISSCR 2016 and learn how you can discover what makes every stem cell unique from the inside out.

Visit us at Booth 1637 to learn more.

Exhibition hours
Wednesday, June 22, 3:15–8:30 pm
Thursday, June 23, 11:00 am–8:00 pm
Friday, June 24, 11:00 am–8:00 pm
Saturday, June 25, 11:00 am–4:00 pm

Join us at the Innovation Showcase

Rediscover stem cell biology at single-cell resolution

Using single-cell transcriptome analysis, stem cell biologists uncovered novel cell types that revolutionized our understanding of cell states, fate decisions and response to stimuli. Now, the stem cell community is exploring the transcriptome, epigenome and proteome of individual cells to gain new insight into the biological mechanisms that drive self-renewal, pluripotency and differentiation, and to discover critical signatures of disease progression and cell lineage.

In this workshop, hear from leading stem cell researchers about their latest discoveries using our comprehensive suite of single-cell technologies, and learn new approaches to power your next breakthrough.

Thursday, June 23
11:30 am–12:30 pm
Level 2, Rooms 2014/2016/2018

Lunch will be provided.

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Speakers


Cell type classification in the developing cerebral cortex using integrative single-cell analysis

Tomasz Nowakowski

Tomasz Nowakowski, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
University of California, San Francisco


Somatic cells to pluripotency: iPSC reprogramming on-chip

Jay Gibson

Jay Gibson, PhD
Assistant Research Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology
University of Connecticut


Early reprogramming regulators identified by prospective isolation and single-cell mass cytometry

Ernesto Lujan

Ernesto Lujan, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
Harvard University

 

Attend Single-Cell Discovery Sessions

Booth 1637
Meet our single-cell experts to learn how to optimize your cellular reprogramming and differentiation protocols. Discuss ways to implement single-cell genomic and proteomic analysis in your lab to reveal novel signatures, gene networks and characteristics of stem cell signaling and state.

Wednesday, June 22
3:30 pm
Callisto
Accelerate your path to new cell models with multifactorial dosing and analysis.
Thursday, June 23
3:30 pm
C1
Discover new cell populations with single-cell transcriptome and epigenome analysis.
Friday, June 24
3:30 pm
Helios
Explore high-resolution stem cell protein analysis to link phenotype and function.

Single-Cell Biology Workflows

Design and execute new reprogramming and differentiation protocols to develop novel cell models using Callisto™. Then, deeply profile the genomic and proteomic landscape on the C1™ and Helios™ systems to reveal the molecular mechanisms driving self-renewal, pluripotency and differentiation, and discover the critical signatures that characterize cell lineage.


Callisto

Callisto

Rapidly develop new reprogramming and differentiation protocols to derive new cell models.


C1 system

C1

Identify novel cell populations and their unique transcriptome and epigenetic signatures.


Helios, a CyTOF® system

Helios

Characterize stem cells using cell surface and intracellular protein biomarkers and monitor their functional state.


Biomark™ HD

Biomark HD

Analyze the regulatory pathways involved in stem cell state and fate.

 

View Posters and Presentations

Posters Featuring Fluidigm Technology

Poster Title Presenter Time Date
W2211 Single cell dissection of transcriptional regulators in human pluripotent stem cell state transitions Samuel Kimmey
Stanford University School of Medicine
6:30 pm June 22
W3017 Development of integrated multiplex assays for simultaneous profiling of RNA and protein in single cells Benjamin Liu
Fluidigm
6:30 pm June 22
W2204 The single cell epigenetic landscape of human embryonic stem cells varies with cell state and function Reema Baskar
Stanford University
7:30 pm June 22
W3028 Transcriptomic and mass cytometric analysis of human iPS cells cultured in an automated cell culture system Michael Watson
Fluidigm
7:30 pm June 22
W4042 A high-throughput screen in the developing human neocortex integrates single-cell physiology and transcriptomics Jiadong Chen
University of California, San Francisco
7:30 pm June 22
T1087 High-resolution lineage mapping of myogenesis in vivo by single-cell mass cytometry Ermelinda Porpiglia
Stanford University School of Medicine
6:00 pm June 23
T4011 Cross-talk between human placenta-derived stromal cells and radiation-induced immune environment induces bone marrow and peripheral blood lineage recovery in H-ARS murine model Noa Sher
Pluristem Therapeutics Inc.
6:00 pm June 23
T2064 Optimizing human pluripotent cell culture, differentiation and reprogramming by using Callisto, an automated cell culture system Tingxia Guo
Fluidigm
7:00 pm June 23
F2027 Single cell transcriptomic analysis of youthful and aging adult murine neural stem cells defines transcriptional dynamics and reveals heterogeneity in the aging process Ben Dulken
Stanford University
6:00 pm June 24

 

Fluidigm Customer Presentations

Speaker Session Time Location
Evgenia Verovskaya
University of California, San Francisco
Single cell dissection of transcriptional regulators in human pluripotent stem cell state transitions June 24 1:45 pm Level 2, Room 2004
Pier Federico Gherardini
Stanford University
Highly multiplexed simultaneous detection of proteins and RNA in single cells June 25 1:45 pm Level 2, Room 2004
Nora Yucel
Stanford University of Medicine
Metabolic regulation of muscle stem cell epigenetic state during regeneration June 25 1:45 pm Level 2, Rooms 2009/2011

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