Multiplexed Cytometry

Multiplexed Cytometry

Our goal is to understand HOW immune and cancer cells interact

We make use of both flow-cytometry and mass-cytometry.

To define the phenotype and function of specific cellular populations involved in the cross-talk between cancer and immune cells we make use of both flow-cytometry and mass-cytometry.

We make use of fluorescently-labeled antibodies and FACS machines to sort specific cellular populations.

We make use of mass-cytometry to perform multi-dimensional analysis of up to 40-45 parameters in millions of single cells. For details on mass-cytometry please read here  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27153492

For analysis, we benefit from the multiple pipelines that Prof. Nolan's laboratory at Stanford University has developed over the years.