Look at All Dimensions at Once – The Cell Sort, Episode 3

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http://fjinstallers.s3.amazonaws.com/Podcasts/TheCellSort%20Episode%2003_final.wav   References: Dr. Yvan Saeys and ISAC scholar Sofie Van Gassen hail from the University of Gent, Belgium. Known and widely praised for their work developing the FlowSOM algorithm, among other important works. We discuss their current projects and their take on the future of single-cell research. Van Gassen, Sofie, et al. “FlowSOM: Using… Read more »

Getting Higher Resolution – The Cell Sort, Episode 2

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http://fjinstallers.s3.amazonaws.com/Podcasts/TheCellSort%20Episode%202_Final.wav   References: Fernando Shahijanian’s work started at CalTag labs. He’s since worked at Stanford, Geron, Westmead and Pfizer. He is author in a variety of publications ranging from immunology to cell biology and has spoken at multiple conferences: The MS Risk Allele of CD40 Is Associated with Reduced Cell-Membrane Bound Expression in Antigen Presenting… Read more »

Adventures in Science – The Cell Sort, Episode 0

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  References: Zamora AE, et al. Licensing delineates helper and effector NK cell subsets during viral infection. JCI Insight, May 2017 Teoh JJ, et al. Acute Virus Control Mediated by Licensed NK Cells Sets Primary CD8+ T Cell Dependence on CD27 Costimulation. J Immunol, Dec 2016 Gillespie AL, et al. Genomic Modifiers of Natural Killer Cells,… Read more »