Our breadth of experience ranges from standard immunophenotyping to flow cytometry assays for elucidation of intracellular markers. We also have the ability to customize our antibody panels to meet our client’s specific needs. Please inquire to start the scientific discussion.Learn More
Flow cytometry can be a powerful tool for the evaluation of Receptor Occupancy (RO) to provide an assessment of the therapeutic binding to the target receptor. This can be evaluated using direct or indirect methods. Please inquire to start the scientific discussion.Learn More
We have full service cell culture capabilities to demonstrate whether or not a cell has the capacity of performing certain functions. Currently we have assays to evaluate Natural Killer Cell functional and a Basophil Activation Test (BAT). Please inquire to start the scientific discussion.Learn More
We provide flow cytometry testing services in support of clinical trials, nonclinical studies, toxicology assessments, research and development and the evaluation of flow cytometric products.
We pride ourselves on the ability to customize any flow cytometry assay to meet our client’s needs. We also have extensive experience in data collection and analysis utilizing both straight-forward and complex gating strategies.
While we specialize in assay development and customization, we also welcome routine flow cytometry projects such as standard surface immunophenotyping.
The quality of water has serious effects on humans. We don’t go out into the forest and drink from steams for fear of bacteria from a host of sources. Drinking bad water can make someone violently ill; we boil it, filter it, treat it with ozone, and subject it to UV radiation to make it potable. Bacteria can feed and proliferate when water sources contain organic carbon concentrations as low as 10µg/L . Most people think flow cytometry is only used for immunophenotyping of lymphocyte subsets or receptor occupancy assays. However, Farhat et al. recently used flow cytometry to analyze the growth potential of the different microbial communities, showing that the most growth occurs in microbial communities indigenous to the water sample. (more…)Read More