New research suggests the flow cytometry sector will grow at a CAGR of 8.2 percent due to increased adoption and expanding uses.
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This August saw nine new green lights from the FDA, all small molecules, which makes up a third of the approvals this year.
28 October 2014 | By Tim W. Overton, Lecturer in Bioengineering, University of Birmingham
Flow cytometry is an extremely useful technique for the rapid analysis of many cell types. Here, the applications of this technique for the monitoring and optimisation of microbial recombinant protein production processes are discussed.
19 February 2014 | By Juha K. Rantala, Department of Biomedical Engineering and Knight Cancer Institute, Oregon Health and Science University
The last 10 years in biomedical research marks the period of deepening our understanding of the human genome. In the context of cancer research, The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) and related international genomics efforts have now revealed the full complexity of genomic aberrations in human cancers that are postulated to…
Improving the quantitation of live antigens used to produce rabbit generated serotype specific antiserum
21 February 2013 | By Michael J. Miller, President, Microbiology Consultants, LLC, Silvia Fragoeiro, Ananthi Ramachandran and Paul van Empel MSD Animal Health
This is the first paper in our continuing series on Rapid Microbiological Methods (RMM) that will appear in European Pharmaceutical Review during 2013. Flow cytometry represents one of a variety of viability-based RMM technologies that are currently available to the pharmaceutical industry. In flow cytometry, individual particles are counted as…
3 September 2012 | By Jonni Moore, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Director, Clinical Flow Cytometry, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, Director, Abramson Cancer Center Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Shared Resource – Perelman School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania and Pascal Yvon, CEO, CytoVas
Technologies for single cell analysis have recently become prominent in the emerging life science sectors. The last few decades have seen an explosion in advancements in cytometric technologies encompassing instrumentation, probes and data analysis. In particular, flow cytometry has become a well-established and routine method in clinical laboratories. Recent developments…
26 April 2012 | By J. Paul Robinson, Purdue University Cytometry Laboratories & Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, Purdue University; Bernd Bodenmiller, Group leader, Institute of Molecular Life Sciences, University of Zurich; Valery Patsekin and Bartek Rajwa, Purdue University Cytometry Laboratories, Purdue University; and V. J. Davisson, Medicinal Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology, Purdue University
Flow cytometry is the technology that has the most impact on single-cell analysis. Over the past 40 years, it has arguably been the single most important research technique in the fields of basic and applied immunology. Flow cytometry excels in quantitative evaluation of receptor expression, separation of functionally defined cell…
20 June 2011 | By Dianna Y. Wu & Russell Weiner, Clinical Biomarkers and Diagnostics, Merck & Co
Biomarker research has become one of the integral aspects in drug discovery and development. It is broadly utilised to confirm drug mechanism of action (MOA), explore PK/PD correlation, support dose selection and predict response to treatment. Therefore, biomarker data provide valuable information to guide clinical decisions, support drug filings with…
16 December 2010 | By Dana Buckman, Senior Scientist, Biomarkers – Translational Research, Pfizer
Flow cytometry can be used to advance our understanding of diseases in multiple ways. Drug effects and dosages can be ascertained in vitro, along with patient selection based on mutations and antigen profiles. Within the Diagnostic Biomarkers group of Translational Research at Pfizer, we are utilising flow cytometry in conjunction…