Webinar Recording: Explore Hidden Cell Populations with cytoclustR

TregsviSNEShahramOur recent Webinar with Dr. Shahram Kordasti and Bioinformatician Thanos Mourikis explored cytoclustR, a new tool they developed with the Cytobank API.

Dr. Kordasti began by reviewing how he set up his experiment pipeline to best identify Treg populations, as outlined in his article featured on the cover of Blood Journal.

Thanos followed with a step-by-step tutorial on how to use cytoclustR with SpadeTreeShahramSPADE in Cytobank to distinguish and report on hidden cell populations that might otherwise go unnoticed with manual gating strategies.

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Top Trends, Presentations, and Takeaways from CYTO 2018

CYTO, the International Society for the Advancement of Cytometry (ISAC)’s annual meeting wrapped up earlier this month in the exciting city of Prague, Czech Republic. As the premier meeting for showcasing the state of the art and science of cytometry, CYTO and its members revealed no small number of exciting developments in cytometry and beyond. We’re just now getting around to sharing all we saw and heard at the meeting. Some of our favorite presentations and observations include: More »

April 11, 2018  |  Announcements, Conferences, Flow Cytometry

Announcing Cytobank’s Collaboration with Cytek Biosciences

We’rCytekLogoe excited to announce a new collaboration with Cytek, makers of the innovative CytekTM Aurora Flow Cytometer. Cytek’s Aurora and Cytobank’s next-generation analytics platform have united in their goal to make high-dimensional data and its subsequent machine learning analysis more accessible to more scientists.

  • Aurora’s unique optical design combined with spectral unmixing delivers quality, high-dimensional data where rare and dim populations can be easily resolved, regardless of sample complexity.
  • Cytobank’s algorithms simplify visualization and analysis of high-dimensional unmixed data and allow you to quickly share discrete insights from these data.

Here are two specific examples of how you can apply our combined solutions to enable faster, more highly-resolved discoveries: More »

Free Webinar – Bench to Bytes: Translating Bench Research to the Clinic with Machine Learning Tools

Join us Wednesday, November 29th for our next free webinar.

BloodCover-Kordasti-420pxLearn from experts how machine learning tools present a more expansive view of your data and facilitate prognostic discovery.

Special guests Dr. Shahram Kordasti of King’s College London and Dr. Richard Ellis of the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London show you how they leveraged Cytobank to identify predictors of therapy response.  

In this webinar, they will present data and methods that led to their key discoveries in the clinic, as detailed in Blood Journal.

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September 18, 2017  |  Announcements, API, Education, Flow Cytometry, viSNE

Cytobank Webinar:
Create & Optimize Your Data Analysis Pipeline

In this field report, you’ll get a walkthrough of how a successful Mass Cytometry core facility applied Cytobank and data analysis best-practices to streamline and grow their operations.

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Cytobank’s machine-learning algorithms enable faster, more comprehensive analysis of complex life science datasets for single cell and bulk data resolution. Making the leap from manual analysis to Machine Learning-assisted analysis may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.

We’ll learn from guest presenter Dr. Vinko Tosevski, head of the Mass Cytometry Core Facility at The University of Zurich how he leveraged Cytobank in his operation to build an efficient data analysis pipeline.

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February 23, 2017  |  Education, Flow Cytometry, viSNE

Five Key Takeaways from Our Latest viSNE Webinar

We recently hosted a very popular webinar, “Placing viSNE in Your Toolbox” featuring special guest Dr. Anna Belkina of Boston University School of Medicine. More than 500 investigators registered for our event to learn about cutting-edge tools and techniques for optimizing results from high-dimensional cytometry datasets.

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Cytobank screenshots on Bendall et.al. Science 2011 data

Missed our latest viSNE presentation?
View the webinar recording here:
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June 19, 2015  |  Announcements, Flow Cytometry

Visit us at CYTO and FOCiS!

Come visit the Cytobank team at FOCiS and CYTO next week to learn more about what we’ve been up to, for some hands-on help, to share your wish list or just to chit-chat. We look forward to seeing you there!

Check out the various talks and posters at CYTO featuring Cytobank:

Saturday June 27, 2015

11:00 (Room: Alsh) – The First Multi-center Comparative Study Using a Novel Technology Mass Cytometry Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer (CyTOF2) for High-Speed Acquisition of Highly Multi-parametric Single Cell Data: A Status Report A. Nasaar, B. Carter, J. Lannigan, R. Montgomery, N. Paul, M. Poulin, K. Raddassi, A. Rahman and N. Rashidi. Yale Univ. Sch. of Med., Stanford Shared FACS Facilities, Univ. of Virginia Sch. of Med., Dana-Farber Cancer Inst., Fluidigm, Cambridge, MA, Icahn Sch. of Med. at Mount Sinai and Ragon Inst. of MGH, MIT and Harvard.

11:40 (Room: Alsh) – High Content Dissection of Human Melanoma Tumor Heterogeneity during Treatment Using Mass Cytometry J. Irish, D. Doxie, A. Greenplate, K. Diggins, H. Polikowsky, K. Dahlman, J. Sosman and M. Kelley. Vanderbilt Univ. Sch. of Med.

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