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UltraPlex Multiplex Technology: Tagging Technology for Mouse and Human Multiplexing

Cell IDx's UltraPlex multiplex technology enables high throughput multiplex fluorescent and multiplex chromogenic IHC biomarker tissue profiling for both preclinical and translational research.

Learning Objectives

The availability of both human and mouse staining panels, chromogenic and fluorescent detection, and either pre-made panels or rapid custom panel assembly on-demand, provide a fast-track for your discovery through translational research. Learn how use of UltraPlex's unique antibody tagging technology allows rapid, simple tissue staining using cocktails of antibodies employing a single antigen retrieval step, minimizing the time to generation of actionable data.

  • Describe how the Cell IDx UltraPlex Platform technology enables translational and preclinical multiplexing
  • Discover the UltraPlex and UltraTag Human and Mouse Multiplex solutions
  • Determine how to develop custom multiplex panels for existing and novel biomarkers on FFPE tissue sections

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About the presenter

Helen Snyder
Helen Snyder , PhD

Dr Snyder received her PhD in immunology from the University of Cambridge, UK and trained as a postdoctoral fellow at Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California. Dr. Snyder has over 30 years' experience in immunology research, reagent development, preclinical development of biotherapeutics, and business development of immunoassay and immunodiagnostic products. She has held positions as Associate Professor at the University of California, San Diego, as well as Director of Immunology at Dynavax Technologies and key business development roles at both Solulink Biosciences and Cell IDx. Dr Snyder has over 40 papers and reviews in the areas of immune regulation and vaccine development.

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