Nolan Lab Profiles Small-Molecule Inhibitors Using New Multiplexing Method for DVS Sciences' CyTOF | GenomeWeb

Stanford University researcher Garry Nolan has developed a cellular barcoding technique for multiplexing mass cytometry experiments on DVS Sciences' CyTOF mass cytometry instrument and has used it to investigate the effects of various small-molecule inhibitors on human peripheral blood mononuclear cells.

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