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Immune responses to SARS-CoV-2
Understanding the nature of the immune response that leads to recovery from severe disease is key to developing effective treatments for COVID-19. In this webinar, Professor Akiko Iwasaki will discuss immune responses in COVID-19 patients with moderate and severe disease. She will compare viral load, immune phenotype and cytokines that are predictive of mortality, and discuss signatures of cytokines and growth factors that associate with recovery vs. disease exacerbation.
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Sign up for an upcoming live webinar or view our archive of previous broadcasts, available to view on demand. All the latest webinars from Fluidic Analytics, covering a range of topics from mesauring antibody affinity in serum to Monitoring of SMALP nanodisc formation, to quantifying the stoichiometry and binding affinity of protein–protein interactions in complex backgrounds.
Population-wide immune responses to SARS-CoV-2: Insights from quantifying the antibody response
Prof. Adriano Aguzzi outlines the challenge in understanding the humoral immune response to COVID-19, and therefore, predicting the degree of immune protection resulting from previous infection, vaccination and other treatments.
Measuring What Really Matters: Safe, Rapid & Variant-Specific Affinity-Based Virus-Neutralization Assays
We present a new type of rapid assay that is based on quantifying these protein interactions and provides functional insights.
All antibodies are NOT created equal: Comprehensive profiling of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies
Detecting antibodies that confer effective immunity is crucially important in the fight against SARS-CoV-2.
Quantifying the stoichiometry and binding affinity of protein–protein interactions in complex backgrounds
The Fluidity One-W;is able to provide insights on structural arrangements of individual proteins and protein complexes
Affinity of PD-1/PD-L1 interaction — a comparison between SPR, MST, ITC and MDS
Determinationn of binding affinity and stoichiometry of protein interactions without prior knowledge of the structure