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Practical Uses for Flow Cytometry in Toxicology Studies Within a Glp Environment, New Life Science Webinar Hosted by Xtalks
Date:6/14/2013

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) June 14, 2013

Flow cytometry is a valuable tool used to gain information pertinent to the immunotoxicity of pharmaceuticals. These assays can be integrated into preclinical toxicology studies and used on all standard toxicology species including mice, rats, dogs, nonhuman primates, and pigs.

Current Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) requires flow cytometry assays to be validated. In other words, these assays must meet stringent benchmarks in assay precision, reproducibility, and stability.

Currently, there are ongoing discussions and widely varying practices in the design of flow cytometry validation studies. This is due to a combination of challenges such as heterogeneous cell populations, lack of reference material for accuracy evaluation, and instrumentation complexity.

This webinar event, featuring experts from MPI Research, will explore optimization and validation strategies for flow cytometry assays.

Speakers will share their insights on:

  •     Considerations for the inclusion of flow cytometry assays in toxicology studies
  •     Current best practices for developing and validating a flow cytometry assay for use in GLP studies
  •     Flow cytometry assays used by MPI Research for immunotoxicology evaluation and drug discovery applications

To learn more about the event, visit: http://www.xtalks.com/FlowCytometry.ashx.

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