In this eBook see how IsoPlexis’ multifaceted functional proteomics platform enables single-cell secreted proteomics, low-volume highly multiplexed proteomics from serum, single-cell phosphoprotein analysis, and single-cell metabolomic analysis all on one integrated, benchtop system, making functional proteomics accessible to virtually every lab worldwide.
In this new GEN eBook sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific, we will explore various aspects of AAV bioproduction—looking at the challenges that many investigators face, and some of the novel solutions others have employed when ramping up viral production. Additionally, you can learn how new technology like AI is allowing researchers to use AAV in exciting new ways.
This eBook, sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific, introduces the steps to take when choosing a perfusion medium, including key considerations and evaluation, along with articles highlighting the exciting potential of large-scale continuous bioprocesses.
In this eBook, sponsored by Origene, you will read about the fascinatingways bioengineering has changed how antibodymolecules are applied to research and the clinicalworld. Despite all the changes, specificity remainsthe core value determinant of an antibody, albeitnaturally or recombinantly made.
The Cell Therapy market has been experiencing double-digit growth over the last 3-5 years and is anticipated to continue at this pace. This eBook, sponsored by Catalent, focuses on new cell therapy discoveries, subsequent manufacturing challenges, and solutions to efficiently scale to commercial-ready processes. As cell therapies make their way from discovery, development, clinical and commercial manufacturing, each step poses new challenges and consideration points.
Functional biomarker discovery is leading the growth of personalized medicine, allowing researchers and clinicians to tailor treatment to a patient’s individual immune profile. In this sponsored eBook, IsoPlexis discloses how its superpowered functional proteomics reveals unique insights over methods such as mass spectrometry, genomics, and epigenetics and provides high-throughput omics while simplifying complex workflows.
Contained within this eBook, sponsored by Sartorius, are an array of articles highlighting the power of spheroid and organoid 3D cell models when employed to study a diverse range of disease states.
In this GEN e-book, sponsored by 10x Genomics, learn more about how single cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) and other emerging single cell and spatial analysis technologies are providing the resolution and scale to help answer these questions and more.
In this GEN e-book, sponsored by IsoPlexis, we will discover how single-cell analysis is shaping the way researchers approach cancer biology, and how a fully automated system called IsoLight is streamlining multi-omic and proteomic workflows for an array of precision medicine endeavors.
In the first of the articles included in this Horizon eBook, Carl June describes the development of CAR T cells as “along and winding road.” This and other selected articles indicate why this is so: the immune system is complex and no one cell type works in isolation.