- Studying the adaptive immune system in the brain with the immunoSEQ Assay
- Potential role of immunosequencing in identifying biomarkers and treatment targets for neurological disorders
- Studying the adaptive immune system in the brain with immunosequencing
- Learn how large-scale and single-cell immunosequencing methods work
- Compare these two methods in terms of suitable sample types, practical considerations, time, cost, and more
- Discover examples of how both methods have been used to provide real-world insight alone and in combination
- Panel: Can adjuvants & immune profiling improve our immune response to current COVID vaccines?
- Exhibitor Seminar: T-cell immune response: Exploring emerging themes in vaccine development & COVID-19 variants
- What is the immunoSEQ Assay?
- How can the immunoSEQ Assay be used in clinical development?
- Examples of the immunoSEQ Assay in the clinical development pipeline
There are numerous ways to study the immune system. Serological tests can detect the presence of antibodies reactive to a given antigen. Cell counting can provide information on the quantity and type of circulating immune cells. Functional assays can evaluate the activity of immune cells, such as the ability of B cells to produce antibodies…
Understanding the effects of SARS-CoV-2 on the immune system and which immune response correlates are important for protection is critical in turning the tide of the pandemic. There are many ways to measure the immune response to infection or vaccination. In a previous article, we discussed why monitoring T cells, which are an important component…