IMMUNOLOGY 2017

May 12–16, 2017 | Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC

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Reveal immune signatures in higher dimension.

Immune cell responses to cancer, infection or self are dynamic and complex. Translational studies, where cell and tumor samples are often limited in size and availability, pose a particular challenge when studying the complexity of immune response. Using higher-dimensional analyses, researchers are describing novel immune cell subsets with previously unrecognized functionalities at an ever-increasing rate.

At Fluidigm, we’re committed to providing you with the tools you need to explore immune responses from every angle—revealing new insights and identifying novel immune signatures in both health and disease.

Product Presentations

Comprehensive end-to-end workflows from Fluidigm allow you to interrogate complex immune cell populations from every angle.

Visit us at Booth 519 to learn more.

Exhibit Dates & Hours
May 13–15, 2017
9:30 am–4:30 pm

Helios™, a CyTOF® System

Identify known and novel immune cell signatures using a wide range of cell surface and intracellular proteomic biomarkers.

 Helios

Biomark™ HD

Reveal gene expression signatures of tumor immune response using the Biomark HD.

 Biomark HD

C1™

Reveal the diversity of immune cell subpopulations and T cell receptor clonotypes in health and disease states at single cell resolution.

 C1

Posters & Presentations Featuring Fluidigm Technology

Key: MC = mass cytometry, IMC = imaging mass cytometry, C1 = C1™ system,  = presentation

Friday, May 12

Time

Title

Presenting Author

Abstract

Location

4:15 pm Topology of multiple antigen expression in tonsillar lymphoid follicles and stroma analyzed by imaging mass cytometry
∆ IMC
Olga Ornatsky 
Fluidigm
n/a 209 ABC

Saturday, May 13

Time

Title

Presenting Author

Abstract

Location

1:30 pm Improved single T cell mRNA and TCR α and β chain detection using optimized chemistry and dead cell quality control for RNA-seq on the Fluidigm C1 system.
∆ C1
Camilia Edigo 
Fluidigm
n/a 201
2:30 pm High dimensional analysis of immune signatures in melanoma patients
MC
Carsten Krieg
University of Zurich
76.14 P938
Immune signatures of CD4 T cell subsets in healthy and dengue virus-infected individuals
MC
Yuan Tian
La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology
78.26 P1007
Topology of multiple antigen expression in tonsillar lymphoid follicles and stroma analyzed by imaging mass cytometry.
IMC
Olga Ornatsky
Fluidigm Canada
81.8 P1085

Sunday, May 14

Time

Title

Presenting Author

Abstract

Location

10:45 am

Systems analysis of innate immune responses in aging
∆ MC
Ruth R Montgomery
Yale University
n/a 209ABC
2:30 pm Improved single T cell mRNA and TCR α and β chain detection using optimized chemistry and dead cell quality control for RNA-seq on the Fluidigm C1 system
C1
Camila Egidio
Fluidigm
157.5 P1100

Circulating memory CD4 T follicular helper cell subsets correlate with clinical immunity against human malaria.
MC
Raquel M Furtado
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
125.23 P314

Commitment of mitosis in B cells: "before and after"
MC
Amit K Singh
National Institute on Aging
136.9 P737

Ensemble computational analysis and systems immune monitoring reveal a double negative T cell subset enriched in melanoma tumors following dabrafenib and trametinib
MC
Allison Greenplate
Vanderbilt University
155.4 P1054

Monday, May 15

Time

Title

Presenting Author

Abstract

Location

1:40 pm

Learning and communicating cell identity in the context of cancer microenvironments
∆ MC
Jonathan M. Irish
Vanderbilt University
n/a 206
2:00 pm High complexity of histological sections using imaging mass cytometry
∆ IMC
David W Hedley
Prinices Margaret Cancer Centre, Canada
n/a 206
2:30 pm Diversity of human monocyte subsets revealed by CyTOF® mass cytometry
MC
Anouk AJ Hamers
La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology
208.5 P762

Tuesday, May 17

Time

Title

Presenting Author

Abstract

Location

8:15 am

Circulating memory CD4 T follicular helper cell subsets correlate with clinical immunity against human malaria
∆ MC
Raquel M Furtado
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
n/a 202A

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