Evolving Capabilities Result in New ABSL2 Space at MI Bioresearch

The landscape of cancer research is everchanging and evolving. There continues to be two primary approaches to initially treating most types of cancer; surgery and/or radiation. The preclinical oncology scientific community has invested countless hours and financial resources to expand upon those treatment options. Over the past 70 years we have added several new tools […]

Multiplex IHC for Patterns of Protein Expression, Co-expression, and Spatial Relationships

Multiplex immunohistochemistry (IHC) is an assay that utilizes the basic concept of single antigen staining to detect multiple markers at one time. It allows for the labeling capabilities of peroxidase, alkaline phosphatase, fluorescence, and other conjugated primary or secondary antibodies and can be achieved using several common methods including indirect or direct staining protocols. Researchers […]

Phospho-Protein Detection in Solid Tumors Using Phospho-Flow Cytometry

About the Author: Dr. David Draper is an immunologist and senior member of the Flow Cytometry Team at MI Bioresearch since 2015. Dr. Draper holds a Ph.D. in Microbiology from North Carolina State University. His post-doctoral work at Duke University and the National Institutes of Health focused on uncovering the […]