Recorded webinars and workshops
The adaptive immune response to SARS-CoV-2 includes specific antibody and T cell responses. The identification of a subpopulation of specific CD4 effector T cells that present the activation markers CD134 (OX40) and CD25 on their surface, which can be detected and quantified by flow cytometry after incubating blood with mitogens and/or specific antigens of pathogens to study, has demonstrated its utility in other infections
In this webinar, Eduardo López Granados, MD, PhD and Luz Yadira Bravo Gallego, MD explain their preliminary experience as an Immunology laboratory in the setting-up of the OX40 assay for the identification of CD4+ T cell specific responses to SARS-CoV-2 peptides, together with its ongoing application to determine the extent and characteristics of the response to natural infection and vaccination.
In this workshop, our colleague Irene González Barahona (Key Account Manager from East Coast – US and Canada) presents Cytognos Next Generation Flow solution for MM MRD assays which allows for a highly sensitive and effective detection of abnormal plasma cells at very low levels, provides information about sample quality (hemodilution) and bone marrow regeneration after therapy.
This workshop was first displayed at ICCS 2020. Watch this video to learn how you can improve the care of patients with Multiple Myeloma by using this complete flow approach.
The EuroFlow™ Lymphoid Screening tube (LST) was designed to identify the major T and B-cell subsets, in addition to NK-cells, monocytes, neutrophils and eosinophils. In the context of hemato-oncology and multiparametric flow cytometry, the classical expert-guided manual gating strategies based on bi-variate dot plots to identify aberrant and residual normal cell populations has become suboptimal in routine diagnosis.
In this webinar, Maria Arroz will address an alternative approach based on automated gating and classification algorithms.
In this workshop, our colleague Irene González Barahona (Key Account Manager from East Coast – US and Canada) presents Infinicyt™ security features to ensure traceability and security of your patient data such as User Access Control, Password-protected Files, Audit Trails and Electronic Signatures.
This workshop was first displayed at ICCS 2020. Watch this video to learn how Infinicyt software can help you meeting regulatory compliance and standards requirements of your clinical laboratory (FDA 21 CFR Part 11 regulation & ISO 15189:2003).
Next Generation Flow Cytometry (NGFC) plays an important role in diagnostics, providing a highly sensitive method to generate reliable data of clinical relevance in different plasma cell (PC) dyscrasias. Recent studies showed the presence of MM tumor malignant cells in peripheral blood, which can be detected and quantified by using NGFC, providing additional prognostic information.
In this webinar, Dr. Paula Tabares will describe the flow-based method for detection of CTPC in peripheral blood and the benefit of assessing CTPC in the clinical routine.
In this webinar Jordi Petriz will discuss state-of-the-art flow technology and its impact on Immunotherapy and Leukemia evaluations. Functional Cytomics allow for the discovery and characterization of new cell subpopulations, mechanisms of resistance to immunotherapy and chemotherapy; and multiplexed evaluations for detecting malignant clones at a single-cell level.
Our invited speaker Daniela Damasceno will share with you why do we need to study blood monocytes by flow cytometry in clinical practice for Chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (CMML) and Coronary artery disease. Also, she will show other applications in tissue damage and blood monocytes reference values. Finally, you will be able to see a flow cytometry analysis of a healthy donor using Infinicyt™ 2.0 software.