Chris Brannen from ProteinSimple will be describing two protein platform technologies that could be of interest to OHSU investigators.
Demonstration from ProteinSimple
Tuesday, June 13
10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Biomedical Research Building, 381
The first platform is Milo, a single-cell protein immunoblotting system. This instrument allows measurement of protein expression in ~1000 individual cells per run, allowing researchers identify which cells in the cell express each protein and how protein expression varies across the population. While single cell transcript analysis has been available for some time, this is the first commercially available system allowing single cell protein detection. The second platform is Wes, a protein separation and detection system that utilizes capillary nanofluidic immunoassay technology, allowing detection of very low protein levels.
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