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Single-Cell Genomics and Beyond

Comprehensive Profiling with Single-Cell Resolution

Cellular heterogeneity is a key factor determinant in therapeutic response, resistance, relapse and residual disease. In order to increase therapy efficacy, the mutational content of patient samples and their effects on cellular composition must be determined.

  • Genève – CMU, 28. November 2019, 9:30 AM
  • Lausanne – EPFL, 28. November 2019, 2:30 PM
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Upcoming Meetings & Exhibitions

2nd Swiss Cytometry Meeting 2020

This conference will strengthen and consolidate the ties among the cytometry community across Switzerland as we see this conference as the perfect opportunity to discuss ideas and science, interact and socialize.

Visit us at our booth! We will be happy to discuss your specific applications!

  • SwissTech Convention Center – EPFL – Lausanne, 5. February 2020 – 7. February 2020
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Webinars

ONI Webinar on

Exosomes and super-resolution microscopy

In his talk entitled "Exosomes and super-resolution microscopy." Dr McNamara will present his development of a nanometer-scale workflow for the visualization of de novo synthesized exosomes, their purification from cell-free fluids, and how their cargo is trafficked in recipient cells. You will also have the opportunity to learn how the Nanoimager supports single-molecule imaging of extracellular vesicles.

Speaker:
Dr. Ryan McNamara
Translational Fellow at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • 15. November 2019, 5:00 PM
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Mission Bio Webinar on

Simultaneous Single-Cell DNA and Protein Sequencing in AML Samples

This webinar will outline the results of a study that performed integrative single-cell genome and cell surface protein expression profiling of adult acute myeloid leukemia (AML) cases. 

Genomic studies of AML have identified mutations with varying allele frequencies, which suggests a step-wise acquisition of mutation in leukemogenesis. Bulk sequencing can provide prognostic information, but it cannot delineate clonal architecture at the single-cell level. Additionally, the complementation of immunophenotype with corresponding mutational analysis could elucidate important dynamics in the leukemic cell population, but has yet to be assayed in parallel.

In this webinar, Linde Miles of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center will share data from the study demonstrating that simultaneous single-cell sequencing of DNA and protein can identify populations of stem/progenitor cells with distinct clonal/mutational and protein expression profiles. She will also discuss how the method identified trends in protein expression when comparing multiple samples with similar mutations. 

Attendees of this webinar will learn about:

  • New DNA+protein capability from Mission Bio for simultaneous, targeted, single-cell DNA and protein sequencing
  • A novel 6-antibody cocktail in combination with a single-cell targeted DNA custom AML panel 
  • The relationship between mutational profile and cell surface protein expression in AML samples from six clinical research samples 

Speaker:
Linde A. Miles, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow,
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

  • 18. November 2019, 7:00 PM
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IntelliCyt Webinar on

High Throughput Antibody Discovery Targeting Glycoproteins for Apoptosis Induction in Cancer

Please join us for an exclusive webinar featuring Tracey Mullen, Chief Operating Officer, Abveris and AbX Biologics, who will review an antibody discovery campaign at Abveris targeting a glycoprotein for induction of apoptosis. Methods for immunization, screening for lead antibody candidates and subsequent functional characterization through the use of the Intellicyt® iQue platform will be detailed.

Who should attend:

  • Antibody discovery scientists and researchers engaged in therapeutic drug discovery for oncology indications.
  • Anyone interested in learning more about leveraging high-throughput flow cytometry analysis to advance research and development.
  • 4. December 2019, 5:00 PM
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Thank you for visiting us at these recent Meetings

Festival of Biologics 2019

The Festival of Biologics combines four, outstanding conferences, the European Antibody Congress, the World Immunotherapy Congress, the World Biosimilar Congress and the Clinical Trials World Congress under one roof. 

  • Congress Center Basel, 15. October 2019 – 17. October 2019
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BASEL LIFE: Showcasing Europe’s Excellence in Life Sciences

MipTec 2019

BASEL LIFE is Europe’s leading congress in the Life Sciences, showcasing cutting-edge science and technology. It brings together preeminent researchers in the field, and offers talented young scientists the possibility to present themselves. Basel is the heart of European’s Life Sciences landscape.

  • Congress Center Basel, 9. September 2019 – 12. September 2019
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Swiss Physiology Meeting 2019

Plenary speakers of the meeting will be:

  • Prof. Marc Donath (University of Basel).
  • Prof. Michaela Kress (Medical University Innsbruck, AT)

Another highlight is the presentation of the Young Investigator Award by the "Stiftung Physiology" (former Oetliker Foundation) to the best posters & best talks!

  • University of Bern, 3. September 2019
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CIG Symposium 2019

Metabolism Molecules, Diseases and Personalized Health

  • CIG - Le Génopode - Lausanne, 13. June 2019 – 14. June 2019
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Synthetic and Systems Immunology Conference

Synthims 2019

In case you missed our scientific talk, simply contact us!

High-throughput workflows for isolation of antigen-specific B-cells and validation of drug candidates
Kathrin Dienst, PhD, Bucher Biotec AG, CH

About the conference:
Benefitting from tremendous advances in large-scale ‘omics’ technologies, immune phenotyping and genome engineering, novel integrated workflows are providing unprecedented insights into the networks, pathways and systems that govern human health and disease, thus enabling their successful therapeutic manipulation.

  • Ascona, 5. May 2019 – 8. May 2019
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Swiss Light-Sheet Microscopy Workshop 2019

The aim of the event is to strengthen the local and international network and facilitate the exchange of ideas between the light-sheet users and developers in the following subject areas:

  • Lightsheet microscopy
  • Tissue clearing
  • Tissue immunolabelling
  • Large volume data visualization and analysis

World Immune Regulation Meeting 2019

WIRM 2019

Immune Activation, Effector Functions and Immune Tolerance with a special focus on Autoimmunity

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