We would like to invite you to join us at these two upcoming events:
- Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer’s 35th Anniversary Annual Meeting (SITC 2020)
- 32nd Congress of the European Society of Pathology and XXXIII International Congress of the IAP (ESP-IAP Congress 2020)
Both of these events have been reimagined as virtual and interactive experiences.
Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer’s 35th Anniversary Annual Meeting (SITC 2020)
November, 11-14 2020
The conference programme features the most recent advances in tumor immunology and cancer immunotherapy in research.
Visiting our virtual booth, you will discover our ultra-rapid tissue staining instrument – LabSat® Research – and learn more about its key applications for the study of the tumor microenvironment, such as:
– TSA-multiplexed immunofluorescence;
– Sequential multiplexed immunofluorescence (coming soon);
– FFPE & FS immunohistochemistry.
In the Innovation Showcase Area, you can have a glance at the beta version of our next-generation instrument: Comet.
Comet is a fully-automated staining and imaging platform that performs hyper-plex immunofluorescence assays.
Thanks to our cutting-edge microfluidic technology, these assays can be performed using only off-the-shelf, label-free primary antibodies.
The congress is free-access for all the SITC members.
Comet is still in development and not for sale. We are currently looking for collaborators: if you are interested in becoming an early adopter of the Comet prototype, get in touch with us. Visit the Innovation Showcase Area to learn more.
32nd Congress of the European Society of Pathology and XXXIII International Congress of the IAP (ESP-IAP Congress 2020)
December, 6-8 2020
Now delivered as a virtual event, the ESP/IAP Virtual Congress 2020 is an exciting opportunity for the global pathology world to get in touch with the best innovations in the field.
New data generated with our microfluidic technology for in-situ tissue analytics and cancer research will be featured in two ePosters presentations:
PS-11-032; Comparative histopathological and digital scoring between microfluidic and standard immunohistochemistry for p40 and TTF1 on non-small cell lung carcinoma.
PS-15-028; Microfluidic-based automated chromogenic RNA in situ hybridization.
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