Profiling three layers of human immunity with CyTOF®, Olink® and automated RNA-seq
Part of our Scientist in the Spotlight series:
Date: 8 December, 2020
To understand why a particular immune response occurs the way it does, we need to understand how these cells cooperate and regulate each other in this process.
This type of immunological investigation has been made possible by a number of new technologies, that now allow us to measure many features of millions of individual cells, many hundreds of secreted proteins, and the entire genome, transcriptome, and epigenetic traits...to understand the basis of these responses.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Petter Brodin, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Immunology Karolinska Institutet
Director, Science for Life Laboratory, Mass Cytometry Facility