Association for Molecular Biology (AMP)

November 16-18 | Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT

Event

Association for Molecular Biology (AMP)

November 16-18

Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT

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Visualize a new path forward

Meeting increasing demands for greater efficiency and higher throughput of genetic assay pipelines is a common challenge in the molecular laboratory. Similarly, when interrogating tissue sections for protein markers, standard immunohistochemistry methods also fall short by allowing only a few proteins to be detected at a time.

At Fluidigm, we have embraced both these challenges. This year we will be showing products that will empower you to bring greater cost efficiency to your targeted NGS library prep pipeline and significantly expand the number of proteins you can detect on each slide with Imaging Mass Cytometry™.

Come meet us at the corporate workshop or Booth 1105 to learn more.

Join us at the Corporate Workshop

Date:

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Location:

Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center, Room 251BC

Session 1:

Improve workflow efficiency with Advanta NGS library prep assays for oncology and inherited genomics using the automated Juno system. 
Join us in this workshop and hear from presenters that have developed and implemented Advanta™ NGS library prep assays on the Juno™ system to achieve higher productivity and greater capacity in their own laboratories.

Time:

9:00 – 9:50 am

   

Session 2:

Power the revolution in tissue pathology with high-parameter immunohistochemistry using Imaging Mass Cytometry.
Join us in this workshop and hear how Imaging Mass Cytometry can be used to significantly expand the number of protein markers that can be simultaneously detected in FFPE and frozen tissue sections from precious pathology samples.

Time:

10:00 – 10:50 am

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See Product Presentations

Visit Fluidigm at Booth 1105 and hear more about these exciting products to empower your translational and clinical research programs.

Exhibition Dates & Hours
Friday, November 10: 12:30–7:45 pm
Saturday, November 11: 12:30–8:00 pm 

Hyperion Imaging System

This new system enables you to comprehensively interrogate complex cellular phenotypes and their interrelationships in the context of the tumor microenvironment with Imaging Mass Cytometry.

Hyperion Imaging System

Juno

Juno provides the industry’s most scalable, customizable and cost-efficient library prep workflow for targeted NGS upstream of Illumina® NGS systems.

 Juno

Assay Portfolio

Fluidigm supports an expanding menu of clinical research assays spanning:

  • Oncology
  • Inherited disease

 Assay Portfolio


Visit posters featuring Fluidigm technology

Friday, November 17, 2:30-3:30 pm

Poster

Title

Presenter

TT38 An Improved Method for RNA Extraction from FFPE Tissue Samples Yields Less Degraded RNA for Gene Expression Analysis Peilin Chen, PhD
Senior Staff Scientist
Fluidigm


Saturday, November 18, 9:45-10:45 am

Poster

Title

Presenter

G25 Analytical Validation of the Advanta Immuno-Oncology Gene Expression Assay for Profiling of Immunobiology and the Development of Predictive Gene Signatures for Response to Immunotherapies Peilin Chen, PhD 
Senior Staff Scientist
Fluidigm
I17 Bioinformatics Assay Design for Development of Multiplex PCR-Based Next Generation Sequencing Panels David Wang, MD, MS
Senior Staff Bfx Scientist
Fluidigm
ST65 Development of a Targeted NGS Cancer Gene Panel Using Multiplex PCR-Based Enrichment in an Integrated Fluidic Circuit Herbert Gong, PhD
Staff Scientist
Fluidigm


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Fluidigm Products are for Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.