- Immunophenotyping assays
- Cell Cycle Analysis
- Apoptosis Analysis
- Cell Proliferation Analysis
- Stem Cell and Cancer Stem Cell Analysis
- Analysis of cell transfectants (e.g., GFP-transfectants)
- Analysis CRISPR library clones
Immunophenotyping assays built for the most optimal panel of markers to give precise evaluations.
Cell Cycle Analysis
Extensive knowledge using the latest technology delivers optimal cell cycle analysis results.
Assess and identify apoptosis efficiently with Noble’s proven methods.
Cell Proliferation Analysis
Multi-color flow cytometry services designed and validated for you.
Stem Cell and Cancer Stem Cell Analysis
Analyze key markers to achieve successful results of your data.
Tetramer flow cytometry for antigen-specific immune cell activation assays
CAR-T cell characterization for cell therapy development
Multi-color immunophenotyping assays encompass (up to 8 colors)
- Immunostaining of surface antigens of immune cells (e.g., CD3, CD4, CD7, CD8, CD19, CD20, CD11b, CD11c, CD33, CD34, CD38, CD45, NK-p46, etc.)
- Intracellular immunostaining of immune cell cytokines (e.g,, interleukins, interferons, etc.) and proteins (FOXP, etc.).
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With extensive in vitro and in vivo technical capabilities, you can count on our experienced team of senior scientists to accelerate your preclinical research every step of the way.
Pang-Kuo Lo, Ph.D. MSc
Team Lead, Assay Development
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