Blog Category: General

Isolating Unique Cell Populations – Quickly, Gently, and Efficiently!

September 2020

Have you run into this problem before?   You’re studying a rare or limited cell population. You prepare your sample and run fluorescence activated cell sorting (FACS™). It’s time consuming. The longer it takes, the more cell death happens. You’re having trouble collecting enough cells for downstream applications. You’re frustrated. You wish there were a better way. A magic wand, perhaps.   You’re not alone. Sample preparation is critical to …

What Is Immune Tolerance?

September 2020

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Ah, the wonders of the immune system. It is undeniably powerful, protecting the body from a wide range of pathogens. At the same time, it must also avoid harming the body through excessive reactions to non-harmful materials. The immune system has the ability to recognize which molecules are produced by the body and which are not. Then, it can attack foreign invaders while avoiding self-produced antigens. When functioning properly, this …

What Are Naïve Cells?

August 2020

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If you are studying the immune system, you have likely encountered naïve cells. Naïve T and B cells are key pieces of the immune system, part of the continuous process that allows lymphocytes to fight off bacteria, infections, and diseases. As part of your research, there may come a time when you need to isolate a naïve T cell or naïve B cell population from the rest of the cells …

Akadeum Is Joining the Fight Against COVID-19

April 2020

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The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted a need for fast and accurate methods for identifying RNA viruses through nucleic acid capture and detection. Akadeum Life Sciences is up to the challenge. In a relatively short time, the coronavirus pandemic has spread across the globe. This novel virus was first noted in Wuhan, China in December 2019 and arrived in the United States in January 2020. The World Health Organization (WHO) called …

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