nCounter® Immunology Panel

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Perform multiplex gene expression analysis in human or mouse with over 500 general immunology genes. The nCounter Immunology Panel includes major classes of cytokines and their receptors, enzymes with specific gene families such as the major chemokine ligands and receptors, interferons and their receptors, the TNF-receptor superfamily, and the KIR family genes. 84 genes involved with the anti-fungal immune response are also included.

  • Ideal for the study of allergy, autoimmune diseases, and the immune response to infectious disease
  • Unique mouse genes address known differences such as unique receptor ligands, Ig receptors and chemokines
  • Customizable with up to 55 additional user-defined genes with the Panel Plus option

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The Technical Feasibility of Digital Spatial Profiling in Immune/Inflammation Study of Thrombosis

Background: A comprehensive study of the distribution and role of immune/inflammatory cells in thrombosis is still lacking because traditional pathology techniques cannot accomplish the analysis of numerous protein and genetic data simultaneously. We aimed to evaluate the feasibility of digital spatial profiling (DSP) to study immune/inflammation reaction in thrombosis progression.

Morphologic and molecular analysis of liver injury after SARS-CoV-2 vaccination reveals distinct characteristics

Background and Aims: Liver injury after COVID-19 vaccination is very rare and shows clinical and histomorphological similarities with autoimmune hepatitis (AIH). Little is known about the pathophysiology of COVID-19 vaccine-induced liver injury (VILI) and its relationship to AIH.

Pan-cancer T cell atlas links a cellular stress response state to immunotherapy resistance

Tumor-infiltrating T cells offer a promising avenue for cancer treatment, yet their states remain to be fully characterized. Here we present a single-cell atlas of T cells from 308,048 transcriptomes across 16 cancer types, uncovering previously undescribed T cell states and heterogeneous subpopulations of follicular helper, regulatory and proliferative T cells.

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