10/27/2014

ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003

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05/22/2014

(English) Biomarkers Enhance Astra Zeneca's Clinical Trial Successes

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(English) Biomarker data from Astra Zeneca demonstrates that biomarkers enhance success in every aspect (safety, dosing, efficacy, patient selection) of every state of the drug development process.

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02/10/2014

ImmunoSite Receives 2013 Innovative Business Award

(English) ImmunoSite Technologies, LLC receives the 2013 Innovative Business award

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02/02/2014

ImmunoSite Receives National MBE Certification

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06/29/2013

Feasibility study: Improving Cryopreservation of PBMC for More Reliable Information From Clinical Trials

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Advanced automation of PBMC freezing (cryopreservation) and cell thawing improved the quantity and quality of PBMC yields and viability. through a partnership between ImmunoSite Technologies and MéCour.

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06/14/2013

Blood, Sweat, and Robots

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Bill Malone wrote a great article for Clinical laboratory News (American Assoc for Clinical Chemistry) that goes straight to the heart of the folklore and  myth surrounding the use of automation in laboratories.  Check out “Blood, Sweat, and Robots.” Share this:

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03/03/2013

ImmunoSite Technologies Expands into New Spacious Facility in Miramar

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Press Release, February 28, 2013 ImmunoSite Technologies, LLC (IST), a provider of automation, design and customization of complex biological assays to biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries worldwide, announced its relocation to a newly expanded facility at 2831 Corporate Way in Miramar.  With the expansion, the company will be retaining its current employees, making a capital investment […]

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01/19/2013

2013 SLAS 2nd Annual Conference & Exhibition

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Executives, Engineers, and Scientists from ImmunoSite Technologies attended the Annual 2013 SLAS meeting in Orlando, Florida and brought back some of the latest technologies to integrate into new automated solutions for biological assay automation that will enhance their client’s productivity even more! Call IST to discuss your automation needs at (888) 770-4478 Share this:

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10/18/2012

ImmunoSite Technologies Aides in Curriculum Development for Employ Florida Banner Center

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Cell Culture Course helps Floridians enter, remain and advance in the workforce Full release click here. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – October 18, 2011 – ImmunoSite Technologies (IST), LLC, a leading provider of immune monitoring services, has helped to develop a Cell Culture Workshop that is offered  at the Employ Florida Banner Center for Life Sciences, […]

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05/07/2012

Assay Automation Ability - Lyophilized reagents for in vitro whole blood assays

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The need to implement robust biomarkers in clinical trials has never been greater, and such efforts can be easily compromised by reagent instability or simple human error during assay set-up. Many biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies are introducing efforts to conduct biomarker studies under more rigorous settings, and the use of plates or tubes pre-loaded with stimulation or staining reagents could be of value for studies that involve flow cytometry.
The value of this approach is that it lends itself to assay automation easily and safeguards against omission or erroneous addition of bulk liquid formulations of PMA and ionomycin to the reaction vessel (i.e., plate or tube) and also lends itself to extended stability/shelf-life of these reagents. On the basis of this initial success, we plan to expand our evaluation of lyophilized reagents so that they can be incorporated into our clinical biomarker campaigns as appropriate.

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