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Immunology is the study of the immune system, which protects us from infection through many lines of defence and therefore is a vital branch of medical and biological sciences. If the immune system is not functioning properly it can lead to diseases such as autoimmunity, allergy, and cancer. The importance of immunological research is highlighted by past and present scientific breakthroughs including safe organ transplantations, the identification of blood groups, and the ubiquitous use of monoclonal antibodies throughout science and healthcare, immunology has changed the face of modern medicine. Immunological research is continuing to expand our knowledge and understanding of how to treat significant health issues through ongoing efforts in in immunotherapy, autoimmune diseases, and vaccines for emerging pathogens. The advancing in microplate technology by BMG LABTECH have contributed towards immunological research including cancer immunotherapies and vaccine production using methods such as ELISA to quantify antibodies, antigens, proteins, and glycoproteins and cell-based assays to assess cellular signalling pathways. Explore the content below to understand how BMG LABTECH instruments can be further utilised in immunological research.
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High-throughput ELISA ready to analyse in 90-minutes: 384-well SimpleStep ELISA with the PHERAstar FSXJamie Campbell (1) , Oliver Carney (2) , , (1) Abcam, Cambridge, UK , (2) BMG LABTECH, Aylesbury, UK, 01/2021
Time Resolved Fluorescence (TRF) immunoassay in 384-well format using a matched antibody pair kit and the PHERAstar FSXJamie Campbell (1) , Oliver Carney (2) , , (1) Abcam, Cambridge, UK , (2) BMG LABTECH, Aylesbury, UK, 12/2020
Immuno-oncology biomarker measurement with high sensitivity and speed using SimpleStep ELISA kits and SPECTROstar NanoMallori Milligan (1) , Scott Detmer (1) , Carl Peters (2), (1) Abcam, Cambridge, UK , (2) BMG LABTECH, Cary, NC, 06/2020
Ubiquitination monitoring in real-time: the ﬂuorescence polarization-based method UbiRealTyler G. Franklin , Jonathan N. Pruneda, Oregon Health & Science University, Dept. of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, Portland, OR, USA, 05/2020
Highly sensitive ELISAs in 90-minutes: SimpleStep ELISA kits and the SPECTROstar NanoMallori Milligan (1) , Scott Detmer (1) , Carl Peters (2), (1) Abcam, Cambridge, UK , (2) BMG LABTECH, Cary, NC, 10/2019