Tradeshow
Apr 28, 2018 - May 02, 2018
Prague Congress Centre | 5. května 1640/65, 140 21 Praha 4 - Nusle-Praha 4
CYTO event 2018

On exhibit in Booth #50

Primary and secondary antibodies

Primary and secondary antibodies

More than 80,000 high-quality primary and secondary antibodies, including over 10,000 primary conjugated antibodies for flow cytometry. Our antibodies and antibody assays are validated by thousands of citations worldwide—aimed at helping you achieve superior results in a wide range of detection and purification applications.

Search thousands of antibodies and find your match

Cell imaging and high-content screening

Cell imaging and high-content screening

Find out how to get stunning images time after time using the EVOS imaging systems, and then check out the Thermo Scientific CellInsight CX7 High-Content System for straightforward assay development and screening.

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Cell counting

Cell counting

See how automated cell counting can change your life, with the Invitrogen Countess II Automated Cell Counter.

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Robotic automation

Robotic automation

Tour the coupling of speed and workhorse engineering of the Attune NxT Flow Cytometer and Autosampler with exemplary robotics leadership and integration expertise of Thermo Scientific Lab Automation. See the Orbitor RS Microplate Mover and Thermo Scientific SmartStor Microplate Inventory System.

Move your research forward

Robotic automation

Flow cytometry

Experience the efficiency acoustic-assisted hydrodynamic focusing technology brings to your workflow. Designed for faster experimental run times, this flexible flow cytometer offers proven, rapid and accurate analysis for a broad range of sample types.

See the transformative Attune NxT Flow Cytometer


Commercial tutorials

Commercial tutorial one

Essential tools for image-based cytometry using fluorescent labeling and detection methods

Speaker:
Oggie Golub, PhD
Research and Development Scientist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Date: Sunday, April 29, 2018
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.
Room: South Hall 2A

Moderated by Christoph Hergersberg, Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Lunch will be provided.

Pre-register

A lab notebook and 4-ink pen* will be made available to registrants of the commercial tutorial.

Commercial tutorial two

What's NxT and how to make visible the invisible

Speaker:
Jordi Petriz, PhD
Group Leader, Functional Cytomics Group
Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute, Barcelona, Spain

Date: Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.
Room: South Hall 2A

Moderated by Jolene Bradford, Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Lunch will be provided.

Pre-register

A lab notebook and 4-ink pen* will be made available to registrants of the commercial tutorial.

Commercial tutorial two

Oral presentations

Characterization of Exosomes from Cancer Using Surface Marker Expression, Exosome Sorting, and MicroRNA

Steve McClellan, Mary Patton, Girijesh Patel, Jin Akagi, Ajay Singh

Parallel Session 11: Cell-Derived Microvesicles
Monday April 30th at 11:10 a.m.

Posters

Prospective cytometric study evaluating the alkaline phosphatase activity as a potential functional biomarker of primitive malignant cells in acute leukemia

Laura G. Rico1, Jordi Juncà1, Jorge Bardina1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Michael D. Ward2, Jolene Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1
Poster Board B445

Synergistic effect of curcumin in combination with proapoptotic drugs in human cell models for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)

Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Laura G. Rico1, Jorge Bardina1, Michael D. Ward2, Jolene Bradford2, Jordi Juncà1, Francesc Solé1, and Jordi Petriz1
Poster Board B447

Initiating, Maintaining, and Growing a Publication History within an SRL Role

Aja Rieger, Derek Davies, Jolene Bradford, Andrew Filby
Poster Board B128

Differently cell doublet profiles: comparison of light scattering with fluorescence measurement techniques

Jorge Bardina1, Laura G. Rico1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira 1, Michael D. Ward2, Jolene Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1
Poster Board B457

Differential Expression of PD-L1 on Myeloid Derived Suppressor Cells as a potential screening approach for cancer immunotherapy in Multiple Myeloma

Laura G. Rico1, Jordi Juncà1, Jorge Bardina1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira 1, Mike D. Ward2, Jolene Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1
Poster Board B446

A Laser-Based High-Content Analysis Platform Improves Speed, Sensitivity, and Axial Resolution for Quantitative Imaging

Oggie Golub, Dan Beacham, and Bhaskar Mandavilli
Poster 590
Tue May 1 3:15-4:45pm

Use of high content analysis to produce a phenotypic fingerprint of cellular responses following CRISPR-Cas9 mediated gene deletion of ATG5

Nick Dolman, Kevin Chambers, Brent Samson, Suzy VanLe, and Mike Janes
Poster 346
Tue May 1 3:15-4:45pm

Effect of PI3 Kinase Inhibition on Human Dermal Fibroblast and Human Epidermal Keratinocyte Wound Healing and Proliferation

Oggie Golub and Kevin Chambers
Poster 596
Tue May 1 3:15-4:45pm

Hypoxia measurements in live and fixed cells using fluorescence microscopy, high-content imaging and flow cytometry

Bhaskar Mandavilli, Nicholas Dolman, Quentin Low, Aimei Chen, and Yi-Zhen Hu
Poster 446
Tue May 1 3:15-4:45pm

Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell sorting, culture and differentiation to desired cell lineage

April Anderson, Marcy Wickett, John Bauer, and Kevin Chambers
Poster 681
Mon Apr 30 5:15-6:45pm

A comparison of GFP BrightComp eBeads™ Compensation Bead Kit performance against multiple GFP variants

John Bauer, Doug Anderson, Wenxi Huang, and Yu-Zhong Zhang
Poster 575
Mon Apr 30 5:15-6:45pm

Evaluation of Multiple Techniques for PMT Optimization

Matthew Shallice1, Ramiro Diz1, Carol Oxford1, Manik Punj1, Kate Alford2, Phil Donaldson3, Barbara Seredick1, Gayle Buller1, Patricia Sardina1, Jolene A Bradford1

Evaluating the Precision of Area and Height as a Function of Particle Size and Fluorescent Intensity

Jace Akerlund and Matthew Shallice

Attune NxT V-6

Wesley Smith

Maintaining Even Temperature Distribution over Chilled Samples in 96-Well Plates and Micro-Centrifuge Tubes

Ken Lefton

Commercial tutorials

Commercial tutorial one

Essential tools for image-based cytometry using fluorescent labeling and detection methods

Speaker:
Oggie Golub, PhD
Research and Development Scientist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Date: Sunday, April 29, 2018
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.
Room: South Hall 2A

Moderated by Christoph Hergersberg, Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Lunch will be provided.

Pre-register

A lab notebook and 4-ink pen* will be made available to registrants of the commercial tutorial.

Commercial tutorial two

What's NxT and how to make visible the invisible

Speaker:
Jordi Petriz, PhD
Group Leader, Functional Cytomics Group
Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute, Barcelona, Spain

Date: Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.
Room: South Hall 2A

Moderated by Jolene Bradford, Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Lunch will be provided.

Pre-register

A lab notebook and 4-ink pen* will be made available to registrants of the commercial tutorial.

Commercial tutorial two

Oral presentations

Characterization of Exosomes from Cancer Using Surface Marker Expression, Exosome Sorting, and MicroRNA

Steve McClellan, Mary Patton, Girijesh Patel, Jin Akagi, Ajay Singh

Parallel Session 11: Cell-Derived Microvesicles
Monday April 30th at 11:10 a.m.

Posters

Prospective cytometric study evaluating the alkaline phosphatase activity as a potential functional biomarker of primitive malignant cells in acute leukemia

Laura G. Rico1, Jordi Juncà1, Jorge Bardina1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Michael D. Ward2, Jolene Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1
Poster Board B445

Synergistic effect of curcumin in combination with proapoptotic drugs in human cell models for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)

Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Laura G. Rico1, Jorge Bardina1, Michael D. Ward2, Jolene Bradford2, Jordi Juncà1, Francesc Solé1, and Jordi Petriz1
Poster Board B447

Initiating, Maintaining, and Growing a Publication History within an SRL Role

Aja Rieger, Derek Davies, Jolene Bradford, Andrew Filby
Poster Board B128

Differently cell doublet profiles: comparison of light scattering with fluorescence measurement techniques

Jorge Bardina1, Laura G. Rico1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira 1, Michael D. Ward2, Jolene Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1
Poster Board B457

Differential Expression of PD-L1 on Myeloid Derived Suppressor Cells as a potential screening approach for cancer immunotherapy in Multiple Myeloma

Laura G. Rico1, Jordi Juncà1, Jorge Bardina1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira 1, Mike D. Ward2, Jolene Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1
Poster Board B446

A Laser-Based High-Content Analysis Platform Improves Speed, Sensitivity, and Axial Resolution for Quantitative Imaging

Oggie Golub, Dan Beacham, and Bhaskar Mandavilli
Poster 590
Tue May 1 3:15-4:45pm

Use of high content analysis to produce a phenotypic fingerprint of cellular responses following CRISPR-Cas9 mediated gene deletion of ATG5

Nick Dolman, Kevin Chambers, Brent Samson, Suzy VanLe, and Mike Janes
Poster 346
Tue May 1 3:15-4:45pm

Effect of PI3 Kinase Inhibition on Human Dermal Fibroblast and Human Epidermal Keratinocyte Wound Healing and Proliferation

Oggie Golub and Kevin Chambers
Poster 596
Tue May 1 3:15-4:45pm

Hypoxia measurements in live and fixed cells using fluorescence microscopy, high-content imaging and flow cytometry

Bhaskar Mandavilli, Nicholas Dolman, Quentin Low, Aimei Chen, and Yi-Zhen Hu
Poster 446
Tue May 1 3:15-4:45pm

Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell sorting, culture and differentiation to desired cell lineage

April Anderson, Marcy Wickett, John Bauer, and Kevin Chambers
Poster 681
Mon Apr 30 5:15-6:45pm

A comparison of GFP BrightComp eBeads™ Compensation Bead Kit performance against multiple GFP variants

John Bauer, Doug Anderson, Wenxi Huang, and Yu-Zhong Zhang
Poster 575
Mon Apr 30 5:15-6:45pm

Evaluation of Multiple Techniques for PMT Optimization

Matthew Shallice1, Ramiro Diz1, Carol Oxford1, Manik Punj1, Kate Alford2, Phil Donaldson3, Barbara Seredick1, Gayle Buller1, Patricia Sardina1, Jolene A Bradford1

Evaluating the Precision of Area and Height as a Function of Particle Size and Fluorescent Intensity

Jace Akerlund and Matthew Shallice

Attune NxT V-6

Wesley Smith

Maintaining Even Temperature Distribution over Chilled Samples in 96-Well Plates and Micro-Centrifuge Tubes

Ken Lefton

† The use or any variation of the word “validation” refers only to research use antibodies that were subject to functional testing to confirm that the antibody can be used with the research techniques indicated. It does not ensure that the product(s) was validated for clinical or diagnostic uses.

Terms and conditions

*No purchase necessary. This promotion is available only to attendees of the 2018 CYTO Meeting (excluding vendors) who are 21 years of age or older. Lab notebook and 4-ink pens are available to eligible participants who register and attend the Thermo Fisher Scientific Commercial Tutorial One on Sunday April 29, 2018 or Commercial Tutorial Two on Tuesday, May 1, 2018, or until gift supplies are depleted, whichever comes first. The estimated value of the lab notebook is $17.99 USD and estimated value of the 4-ink pen is $3.99 USD. One lab notebook and one pen per person. Healthcare Professionals may not participate in this promotion. Government officials may not participate in this promotion. By accepting the gift, you warrant that you are not prohibited by employment, contract, or law from accepting a gift from Thermo Fisher Scientific. Offer void where prohibited, licensed, or restricted by federal, state, provincial, or local laws, or regulation or agency/institutional policy. Other restrictions may apply.

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.