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Receptor Occupancy Flow Cytometry Assays

This is the final blog in our three-part flow cytometry series. Part 1 highlighted the broad application of flow cytometry for bioanalysis, part 2 investigated…

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Flow Cytometry – What’s Old is New Again

Analytical testing of therapeutic compounds often requires data at the single-cell level. Flow cytometry is a versatile technology that can analyze multiple characteristics of cells…

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Flow Cytometry in Bioanalysis: Application, Utility and Recent Advancements

Flow Cytometry in Drug Development Flow cytometry is a technique that is used to analyze multiple characteristics of single cells. These characteristics include cell size,…

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The Difference Between Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics

In the United States, the safety and efficacy of prescription and over-the-counter drugs are a top priority for our government, medical professionals, and pharmaceutical companies.…

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The Fit for Flow Cytometry, Part 1: Ideal for Receptor Occupancy Assessment

Flow cytometry is an ideal platform for many applications involving the study of complex cell populations. In the first blog of our new “The Fit…

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Immuno-oncology in 2018: Overcoming Challenges to Revolutionize Cancer Treatment

Many immuno-oncology therapies are seeing success and showing promise for the future, including CAR-T cells, tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), checkpoint inhibitors, and natural killer cell therapies.…

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