Tumor Angiogenesis, Proliferation, and T Cell Infiltration All on a Single Slide with Our New Panel
Use UltraPlex mxIF Technology to measure tumor angiogenesis, proliferation, and immune infiltration, all on a single slide with Ki-67, CD31, CD4, and CD8 biomarkers using our rapid 2-hour, 2-step staining procedure. Your tumor samples are
precious. Your time is precious. You need to rapidly get maximum information from each tissue slice. Do you need a technology that responds rapidly to your research goals and enables development of a brand new multiplex panel in under a month? Just ask us — the
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Cell IDx Now Offers 6-Plex Panel Development
Cell IDx has expanded its hapten technology to be able to develop six-plex UltraPlex mxIF panels. In a proof-of-concept example we prepared a six-plex panel to detect using a single antigen retrieval step CD3, CD4, CD8, CD68, FoxP3, Ki-67, and panCK and imaged the tissue
on a PerkinElmer Polaris imager. The six-plex image can be visualized using our Six-Plex Interactive Staining Tool here. To request information on development of your six-plex panel
We have recently adopted Cell IDx’s UltraPlex technology for multiplexed immunofluorescence staining in projects for our pharma clients. With their technique and premade panels we can now quickly and reliably generate beautiful and highly informative data on the expression and regulation of a multitude of immune markers within human tumors. We can highly recommend this technique to other scientists in the field.
Products & Services
Tumor phenotyping in one step using a single small biopsy section to provide diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic indications.
Phenotype infiltrating T cell subpopulations, B cells, and antigen presenting cells, and quantitate expression of key molecules including checkpoint markers.
Highest sensitivity and specificity,
secondary antibody HRP immunopolymers for all your IHC
Custom multiplex panel development , and section staining and imaging.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.