Single-Cell Phosphoprotein Analysis with CyTOF
From Training to Immuno-Oncology Clinical Research
Dysregulated phosphoprotein signaling networks are a primary cause of human diseases, including cancer and autoimmunity. Mass cytometry has proven uniquely enabling for analysis of signaling molecules status with single-cell resolution and across many cell populations simultaneously.
In this talk, Jonathan Irish and Caroline Roe, who direct the Vanderbilt Mass Cytometry Center of Excellence, discuss how they use single-cell mass cytometry (CyTOF® technology) to map signaling networks in primary human tissues.
Watch the on-demand webinar to learn
- what mass cytometry reveals about phosphoprotein signaling in human brain tumors;
- key features of risk assessment population identification (RAPID), a machine learning workflow developed to identify tumor cell subsets;
- best practices when implementing phosphoprotein analysis using mass cytometry.
Jonathan M. Irish, PhD
Caroline E. Roe, BS
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