Tradeshow
Vancouver Convention Centre | 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC, V6C 3E1, Canada
CYTO event 2019

Discover novel ways to advance your research. The accelerated pace of biomedical research seen in the past 50 years has resulted in the ability to alter cellular functions in predicable ways providing the scientific and medical communities with innovative methods to detect and study disease.

Booth #602

Our technical experts will introduce you to our new products and cutting-edge technologies. Collect four stamps by visiting the stations at our booth to receive a free scarf featuring beautiful, 3D cell imagery.*

Tutorials

Tumor-Specific CD8 T Cell Identification, Expansion, and Clinical Research Implications

Presenter: Colin Thalhofer, PhD, Research Scientist, AgonOx, Inc.
Date: Sunday, June 23, 2019
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.


Novel Fluorescent Probes and Labeling Strategies for Flow and Imaging Applications

Presenter: Jolene A. Bradford, MLS, SCYM(ASCP)TM, Associate Director, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Date: Monday, June 24, 2019
Time: 12:30-1:30 p.m.

See details for tutorials

Posters

Thermo Fisher Scientific staff scientists will present the latest data using cutting-edge products.

See details for posters

Flow cytometer

Attune NxT Flow Cytometer

Attune NxT Flow Cytometer

The 2019 Attune NxT Flow Cytometer continues to offer more options, increased flexibility, and software updates that further improve performance, reliability, and robustness. Since its initial unveiling, the compact system with innovative acoustic technology is moving ahead with added new functionalities and capabilities making multiparametric flow cytometry available to both new and experienced researchers. Experience the difference acoustic assisted hydrodynamic focusing technology brings to your workflow.
thermofisher.com/attune

Attune NxT CytKick and CytKick Max Autosamplers
*image shown with optional accessories

NEW CytKick and CytKick Max Autosamplers for the Attune NxT Flow Cytometer

Choose the option that best suits your throughput and experimental needs. Based on the proven performance of the Attune NxT Autosampler, the CytKick and CytKick Max Autosampler models offer walk-away automation seamlessly integrated with your Attune NxT Flow Cytometer for increased productivity and added choice.
thermofisher.com/attune


Robotic automation

Attune NxT CytKick and CytKick Max Autosamplers
*image shown with optional accessories

Robotic automation - Orbitor RS2 Microplate Mover

Customize your Attune NxT Flow Cytometer Robotics Configuration to fully leverage operating capacity, mitigate human operator error and enable rich, reproducible data.
thermofisher.com/flowautomation


Cell imaging and high-content screening

EVOS M7000

NEW EVOS M7000 Imaging System

Find out how to get stunning images time after time using the EVOS imaging systems. The EVOS M7000 Imaging System is a high-performance, fully automated, inverted, multi-channel fluorescence and transmitted light imaging system.
thermofisher.com/evos

You’ll also be able to check out the Thermo Scientific CellInsight CX7 High-Content System for straightforward assay development and screening.
thermofisher.com/cx7


Cell counting

EVOS M7000

Countess Automated Cell Counters

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


Flow Cytometry reagents

Flow Cytometry reagents

Designed specifically for flow cytometry

We offer flow cytometry assays and reagents that span a broad range of research applications and areas including cell health and function assays as well as RNA detection assays.
Learn more


Primary and secondary antibodies

Antibodies

Count on Invitrogen antibodies

More than 80,000 high-quality primary and secondary antibodies, including over 13,000 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.
thermofisher.com/antibodies

Colin Thalhofer

Tumor Specific CD8 T Cell Identification, Expansion, and Clinical Research Implications

Speaker: Colin Thalhofer, PhD, Research Scientist, AgonOx, Inc.

Date: Sunday, June 23, 2019
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.

Abstract: Through flow cytometry analysis, cell sorting and in vitro techniques, AgonOx has developed a workflow for detecting, isolating and expanding endogenous tumor antigen-specific CD8 T cells from individuals own tumor tissue (Duhen, et al, Nature Communications, volume 9, Article number: 2724 (2018)). The highly enriched tumor-reactive T cells are grown in vitro with a method optimized to achieve large cellular expansion and to maintain a broad repertoire of tumor-reactive T cell clones. The expanded T cell product typically retains much of its original T cell clonal diversity and preserves or reinvigorates its tumor-lytic potential. This platform yields a uniquely personalized subject-derived product for individuals from a wide variety of tumor types. This tumor-specific T cell product is specific/personalized for each subject and has clinical research applications in the immune oncology field.

Pre-register


Jolene A. Bradford

Novel Fluorescent Probes and Labeling Strategies for Flow and Imaging Applications

Speaker: Jolene A. Bradford, MLS, SCYM(ASCP)TM, Associate Director, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon USA

Date: Monday, June 24, 2019
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.

Abstract: We have developed a number of novel Invitrogen reagents and assays designed to accelerate the ability to characterize cell health and function. This seminar will present recently developed assays for the detection of hypoxia, senescence, and apoptosis with use in both flow cytometry and imaging-based applications. Over the past decade, biologics have been increasingly pursued as therapeutic agents. In the case of antibody–drug conjugates (ADCs), internalization of the antibody is a powerful mechanism of action. Internalization moves the ADC from its binding site at the plasma membrane of the target cell to the lytic environment of the lysosome, resulting in activation of the attached toxin. With the A to Z of antibody labeling strategies presented as background, antibody labeling tools to measure internalization efficiency will be highlighted. For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Pre-register

Title Primary author Contributing author
Evaluation of Cytometer Sensitivity and Stability using Automated Analysis
posterB132
Jolene A. Bradford

Jolene A. Bradford 1, Justin Meskas2, Michael Ward1, Patricia Sardina1,  Ryan Brinkman2

1Thermo Fisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon USA

2Cytapex Bioinformatics Inc., Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

Multiparametric analysis of cell health status using flow
posterB333
Quentin Low and Jolene A. Bradford Quentin Low, Jolene Bradford, Veronica Calderon and Leticia Montoya Thermo Fisher Scientific, 29851 Willow Creek Road, Eugene, OR 97402
Functional flow cytometry to predict PD-L1 conformational change and improve cancer immunotherapy
posterB356
Laura G. Rico

Laura G. Rico1, Jordi Juncà1, Jorge Bardina1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Mike D. Ward2, Jolene A. Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1

1 Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC), ICO-Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Badalona (Barcelona), Spain

2 Thermo Fisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon, USA

Flow cytometry quantification of granulocytic alkaline phosphatase activity in unlysed whole blood
posterB357

Jorge Bardina

Jorge Bardina1, Laura G. Rico1, Jordi Juncà1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Mike D. Ward2, Jolene A. Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1

1Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC), ICO-Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Badalona (Barcelona), Spain

2 ThermoFisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon, USA.

Differential effects of Curcumin on modulation of Reactive Oxygen Species in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia cell models
posterB377

Àngel Bistué-Rovira

Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Laura G. Rico1, Jorge Bardina1, Michael D. Ward2, Jolene A. Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1

1Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC), ICO-Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Badalona (Barcelona), Spain

2ThermoFisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon, USA

Booth #602

Our technical experts will introduce you to our new products and cutting-edge technologies. Collect four stamps by visiting the stations at our booth to receive a free scarf featuring beautiful, 3D cell imagery.*

Tutorials

Tumor-Specific CD8 T Cell Identification, Expansion, and Clinical Research Implications

Presenter: Colin Thalhofer, PhD, Research Scientist, AgonOx, Inc.
Date: Sunday, June 23, 2019
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.


Novel Fluorescent Probes and Labeling Strategies for Flow and Imaging Applications

Presenter: Jolene A. Bradford, MLS, SCYM(ASCP)TM, Associate Director, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Date: Monday, June 24, 2019
Time: 12:30-1:30 p.m.

See details for tutorials

Posters

Thermo Fisher Scientific staff scientists will present the latest data using cutting-edge products.

See details for posters

Flow cytometer

Attune NxT Flow Cytometer

Attune NxT Flow Cytometer

The 2019 Attune NxT Flow Cytometer continues to offer more options, increased flexibility, and software updates that further improve performance, reliability, and robustness. Since its initial unveiling, the compact system with innovative acoustic technology is moving ahead with added new functionalities and capabilities making multiparametric flow cytometry available to both new and experienced researchers. Experience the difference acoustic assisted hydrodynamic focusing technology brings to your workflow.
thermofisher.com/attune

Attune NxT CytKick and CytKick Max Autosamplers
*image shown with optional accessories

NEW CytKick and CytKick Max Autosamplers for the Attune NxT Flow Cytometer

Choose the option that best suits your throughput and experimental needs. Based on the proven performance of the Attune NxT Autosampler, the CytKick and CytKick Max Autosampler models offer walk-away automation seamlessly integrated with your Attune NxT Flow Cytometer for increased productivity and added choice.
thermofisher.com/attune


Robotic automation

Attune NxT CytKick and CytKick Max Autosamplers
*image shown with optional accessories

Robotic automation - Orbitor RS2 Microplate Mover

Customize your Attune NxT Flow Cytometer Robotics Configuration to fully leverage operating capacity, mitigate human operator error and enable rich, reproducible data.
thermofisher.com/flowautomation


Cell imaging and high-content screening

EVOS M7000

NEW EVOS M7000 Imaging System

Find out how to get stunning images time after time using the EVOS imaging systems. The EVOS M7000 Imaging System is a high-performance, fully automated, inverted, multi-channel fluorescence and transmitted light imaging system.
thermofisher.com/evos

You’ll also be able to check out the Thermo Scientific CellInsight CX7 High-Content System for straightforward assay development and screening.
thermofisher.com/cx7


Cell counting

EVOS M7000

Countess Automated Cell Counters

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


Flow Cytometry reagents

Flow Cytometry reagents

Designed specifically for flow cytometry

We offer flow cytometry assays and reagents that span a broad range of research applications and areas including cell health and function assays as well as RNA detection assays.
Learn more


Primary and secondary antibodies

Antibodies

Count on Invitrogen antibodies

More than 80,000 high-quality primary and secondary antibodies, including over 13,000 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.
thermofisher.com/antibodies

Colin Thalhofer

Tumor Specific CD8 T Cell Identification, Expansion, and Clinical Research Implications

Speaker: Colin Thalhofer, PhD, Research Scientist, AgonOx, Inc.

Date: Sunday, June 23, 2019
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.

Abstract: Through flow cytometry analysis, cell sorting and in vitro techniques, AgonOx has developed a workflow for detecting, isolating and expanding endogenous tumor antigen-specific CD8 T cells from individuals own tumor tissue (Duhen, et al, Nature Communications, volume 9, Article number: 2724 (2018)). The highly enriched tumor-reactive T cells are grown in vitro with a method optimized to achieve large cellular expansion and to maintain a broad repertoire of tumor-reactive T cell clones. The expanded T cell product typically retains much of its original T cell clonal diversity and preserves or reinvigorates its tumor-lytic potential. This platform yields a uniquely personalized subject-derived product for individuals from a wide variety of tumor types. This tumor-specific T cell product is specific/personalized for each subject and has clinical research applications in the immune oncology field.

Pre-register


Jolene A. Bradford

Novel Fluorescent Probes and Labeling Strategies for Flow and Imaging Applications

Speaker: Jolene A. Bradford, MLS, SCYM(ASCP)TM, Associate Director, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon USA

Date: Monday, June 24, 2019
Time: 12:30–1:30 p.m.

Abstract: We have developed a number of novel Invitrogen reagents and assays designed to accelerate the ability to characterize cell health and function. This seminar will present recently developed assays for the detection of hypoxia, senescence, and apoptosis with use in both flow cytometry and imaging-based applications. Over the past decade, biologics have been increasingly pursued as therapeutic agents. In the case of antibody–drug conjugates (ADCs), internalization of the antibody is a powerful mechanism of action. Internalization moves the ADC from its binding site at the plasma membrane of the target cell to the lytic environment of the lysosome, resulting in activation of the attached toxin. With the A to Z of antibody labeling strategies presented as background, antibody labeling tools to measure internalization efficiency will be highlighted. For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Pre-register

Title Primary author Contributing author
Evaluation of Cytometer Sensitivity and Stability using Automated Analysis
posterB132
Jolene A. Bradford

Jolene A. Bradford 1, Justin Meskas2, Michael Ward1, Patricia Sardina1,  Ryan Brinkman2

1Thermo Fisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon USA

2Cytapex Bioinformatics Inc., Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

Multiparametric analysis of cell health status using flow
posterB333
Quentin Low and Jolene A. Bradford Quentin Low, Jolene Bradford, Veronica Calderon and Leticia Montoya Thermo Fisher Scientific, 29851 Willow Creek Road, Eugene, OR 97402
Functional flow cytometry to predict PD-L1 conformational change and improve cancer immunotherapy
posterB356
Laura G. Rico

Laura G. Rico1, Jordi Juncà1, Jorge Bardina1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Mike D. Ward2, Jolene A. Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1

1 Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC), ICO-Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Badalona (Barcelona), Spain

2 Thermo Fisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon, USA

Flow cytometry quantification of granulocytic alkaline phosphatase activity in unlysed whole blood
posterB357

Jorge Bardina

Jorge Bardina1, Laura G. Rico1, Jordi Juncà1, Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Mike D. Ward2, Jolene A. Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1

1Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC), ICO-Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Badalona (Barcelona), Spain

2 ThermoFisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon, USA.

Differential effects of Curcumin on modulation of Reactive Oxygen Species in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia cell models
posterB377

Àngel Bistué-Rovira

Àngel Bistué-Rovira1, Laura G. Rico1, Jorge Bardina1, Michael D. Ward2, Jolene A. Bradford2 and Jordi Petriz1

1Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC), ICO-Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Badalona (Barcelona), Spain

2ThermoFisher Scientific, Eugene, Oregon, USA

Flow Cytometry Capabilities Guide

Flow Cytometry Capabilities Guide

The Flow Cytometry Capabilities Guide provides an overview of the products and techniques used in the flow cytometry workflow.

Download the PDF

† 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.

* No purchase necessary. This promotion is available only to attendees of the CYTO 2019 meeting (excluding vendors) who are 21 years and older. A free scarf is available to participants who pick up a stamp card at the reception desk of booth #602 and collect 4 stamps from the stations between Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. and Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 5:00 p.m., or until gift supplies are depleted, whichever comes first. The estimated value of the scarf is $13.10 USD. One scarf per person. Health care professionals 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 Life Technologies. 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. © 2019 Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. All rights reserved. All trademarks are the property of Thermo Fisher Scientific and its subsidiaries unless otherwise specified. B-27 is a trademark of Southern Illinois University.