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Cellular, Humoral, and Molecular Immunology Assays (HIC, 410 & 704 Stellar Chance)

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    -- Specimen Processing, Banking, & Sample Shipment -- Luminex assays -- Flow Cytometry -- ELISPOT -- ELISA -- Digital ELISA (Simoa) Ultra-sensitivity- 1,000-fold improvement over today’s state-of-the-art immunoassays Measure proteins in single cells Precision- Exceptional repeatability at ultra-low concentrations of target proteins Full Automation- Enhanced data reproducibility Wide Dynamic Range- Proprietary combination of both digital and analog signal measurements provide > 4 logs of dynamic range. Multiplexing Capability- Currently up to 4 different analytes can be tested from a single sample, future capabilities of 10 plus analytes Measure neurology markers in serum/plasma/exosomes, not just CSF Custom assay development offerings (develop your own specific assay) Measure markers in a wide variety of sample matrices (Serum, Plasma, CSF) PCR levels of sensitivity of detection of proteins (such as p24) Detect “normal” endogenous levels of proteins, unmeasurable with conventional technologies Over 60 off the shelf kits available today or develop your own homebrew assays with ease -- Sequencing of Human & Murine IgH rearrangement -- Sequencing of Human TCR Vβ rearrangements -- Amplification and cloning of Ig rearrangements -- Data analysis pipeline for repertoire studies -- Customized Data Analysis -- Scientific Consultation and Assay Development
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    Immunology Core
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