Webinar On-Demand: Shift the Paradigm to Centrifuge-less Immuno-staining of Cells for Superior Viability, Recovery & Data

Critical Quality Metrics in Cell Sample Prep for Cell & Gene Therapy Bioanalytics

Now Watching In this panel discussion, Virginia Litwin, Ph.D. (CRL), Christoph Eberle, MICR, FRSPH (CRL), Mahwish Natalia, MA, Ph.D. (Takeda Oncology), and Melvin Lye, MBA (Curiox Biosystems) discuss the role of partnerships between early- and late-stream analytical assay developers. While tackling unique challenges in validating flow cytometric methods for Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T cells, […]

Overcoming challenges of Nuclei and Cell Preparation: A scientific perspective by S2 genomics and Curiox Story

Now Watchinghttps://youtu.be/inLymDAn4EI Single-cell transcriptome analysis has been extensively applied in humans and animal models to uncover gene expression heterogeneity between the different cell types of a tissue or an organ. Upstream processing may introduce inherent challenges that mask true analysis and increase user variability. Here we present a simple, yet combinatorial strategy from buffer and […]

Impact of Novel Curiox Laminar Wash on Nuclei Retention and Other Downstream Applications

Now Watching Cell type-specific nuclei populations can be used for a wide range of downstream sequencing applications including transcriptomic and epigenomic analyses. Cerevance’s breakthrough use of Laminar Wash™ Technology in their proprietary NETSseq platform has enabled an improvement in nuclei retention as well as reagent cost reductions and time savings. This Labroots Webinar features David […]

Could Debris Be Masking Your True Results

Now Watchinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlQaihGArto Sample preparation is the stage that can make or break an assay’s performance. Preserving the natural state of samples without having to sacrifice population size can be the difference between innovation and stagnation. Now more than ever, we need dependable, reproducible results that don’t require a lab magician. With Laminar Wash, we can […]

Automating Cell Therapy Product: Constraints and Product Qualification for Fit-to-Process

Now Watchinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-ptVJc2HpU When cells matter, it is key to prioritize their care at every stage. Clear resolution and retention of rare cell populations proves to be an issue in cell therapy processing utilizing traditional centrifugation methods. Automated, reproducible sample prep that does not rely on manual handling is the missing piece to saving precious samples, […]

Enabling Single-cell Multiomics and Cell Hashing in Studies with Limited Numbers of Cells

Now WatchingWebinar: Making single-cell ‘omics studies possible when starting cell counts and budgets are limited Our October 19, 2021 webinar featured University of Gothenburg Associate Professor of Immunology Mats Bemark, Ph.D. and Curiox Biosystems Marketing & Content Manager, Geoffrey Feld, Ph.D. Dr. Bemark studies mucosal immunology, with particular focus on the gut and gut-related infections like cholera, […]

Next Generation Solution to Quality and Efficient Sample Prep for Single-Cell Multiomics Precision Oncology

Now WatchingWebinar: Standardizing and improving the workflow for precision oncology tumor sample prep Our July 27, 2021 APAC webinar featured Proteona Chief Science Officer Jonathan Scolnick, Ph.D. and Curiox Biosystems Associate Director of Bioapplications, Chyan Ying Ke, Ph.D. Proteona is a precision oncology company that developed a single-cell multiomics data collection and interpretation pipeline which informs on […]

Towards standardizing flow cytometry sample preparation protocols without centrifugation

Now WatchingWebinar: Towards standardizing flow cytometry sample preparation protocols without centrifugation We sponsored the May 13, 2021 installment of the flowcytometryUK society webinar, hosted by renowned flow cytometrist Derek Davies, Ph.D. of the Francis Crick Institute. Curiox Applications Scientist Noma Ngwenya and Charles River Laboratories Principal Scientist III and Flow Cytometry Core Director Christoph Eberle, Ph.D. discussed how Laminar Wash™ technology supports sample prep for flow cytometry […]

Identification of Mediators of T-cell Receptor Signaling via the Screening of Chemical Inhibitor Libraries

Now Watching Identification of Mediators of T-cell Receptor Signaling via the Screening of Chemical Inhibitor Libraries  Elijah W. Chen*1, Chyan Ying Ke*2,3, Joanna Brzostek*1, Nicholas R. J. Gascoigne1, Vasily Rybakin1,41Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, 2Singapore Immunology Network, A*STAR, 3Curiox Biosystems, 4Department of Immunobiology, Rega Institute for Medical Research, Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven * These authors […]

Integrating Centrifuge Independent and Time Efficient Automated Washing in Flow Cytometry Crossmatching

Now Watchinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaq_8XIfIDA Description Dr. Prabhakar Putheti, Assistant Director for Immunogenetics and Transplantation Laboratory (IGT), the Rogosin Institute and Assistant Professor, Weill Cornell Medical College, presents, “Integrating Centrifuge-Independent and Time Efficient Automated Washing in Flow Cytometry Crossmatching”. Dr. Putheti will discuss how the Laminar Wash system improved his workflow for flow cytometry crossmatching.