Observe and quantitate immune responses in real-time
Assays for today’s immunology research
This era of immunology holds great promise for the development of new treatments for cancer, immune dysfunction, and infectious disease. Today’s in vitro models are more complex, requiring optimization, monitoring, and phenotypic characterization of cellular subpopulations. Assessments such as cellular health, activity, and the quantification of immune mediators are commonplace, but laborious to perform using traditional endpoint assays that lack important kinetic information and workflows require multiple instruments.
Introducing the IncuCyte® and iQue® assays for immunology— these powerful, yet flexible tools enable you to observe and quantitate immune responses in real-time. Increase you efficiency by using automated, live-cell and flow cytometry assays, instruments, and user-friendly software to simplify your hard work and guide your next steps. The non-perturbing reagents and cell-sparing protocols let you maximize the data obtained from each sample. Choose immunology assays that work for you, leaving more time to create, explore, and discover.
Assess Immune Cell Function and Perform Characterization
Phenotype T cells, and quantitate their activation and dynamic function
Tumor Infiltrating Lymphocytes (TILS)
Use advanced high-throughput flow cytometry to quantify T-cell infiltration and phenotype immune cells
Perform morphological and functional characterization of microglia
- White Paper: Ten Applications of Live-Cell Analysis in Immunology
- Application Note: Gain additional insights into the mechanism of immune cell killing by combining live cell analysis and flow cytometry into a single workflow
- Immunology Publications Review
- Wiley Essential Knowledge Briefing: Revealing the Cellular Dynamics of Cancer Immunotherapy
- White Paper: Understanding T cell phenotype and function to enable improved therapeutics
Find helpful resources for your immunology research such as posters, protocols, literature, and videos.