Immunohistochemistry (IHC): Increase the Success of Biomarker Integration in Clinical Development
“With immunohistochemistry (IHC) technology, biomarkers can be identified in tumor biopsies. IHC provides the possibility to better understand biomarker mechanisms in the tumor’s environment. By implementing a robust biomarker validation process, you can increase the success of biomarker integration in clinical development.”
– Amanda Finan, PhD, Head IHC/Histology R&D and Clinical Validations at Cerba Research
Pediatric Phase I/II Clinical Trial on Mucopolysaccharidosis type III (MPSIIIA)
Lab support for a global pediatric trial for the rare genetic neurodegenerative disorder, Mucopolysaccharidosis type III. Cerba Research provided safety testing, sample management, and specialized testing in our histology lab. Read the case study to discover more details.
Pediatric Phase I/II/III Study in X-Linked Myotubular Myopathy (XLMTM)
Lab support for a global pediatric trial for the rare neuromuscular disease, Myotubular Myopathy. Cerba Research provides safety testing, PBMC isolation, biomarkers, and sample management for the clinical trial. Read more on the challenges and solutions in the case study.
HISTOSELECT: How to Overcome Challenges in Antibody Selection?
HISTOSELECT®: The number one solution for direct screening of large numbers of antibodies by immunohistochemistry (IHC).
Next Generation Biomarker Discovery
Strong & Sustainable Partnership
Learn how Cerba Research and Fulgent are enhancing genomic data in clinical trials for better patient outcomes across all phases through their NGS services. In this presentation, you’ll learn how we’re accelerating precision medicine with next generation biomarker discovery through our partnership and specific expertise in oncology, rare disease, CNS, metabolic, and infectious diseases.
Two Platforms for Next Generation Biomarker Discovery
Presence and Capabilities – Running Clinical Trials in Australia Infographic
A Single Picture Does Not Say It All: A Case for Comprehensive Biomarker Use in Cancer Research
During the Virtual Biomarkers Congress Eitan Akirav presented A Single Picture Does Not Say It All, a case for comprehensive biomarker use within oncology research. Did you miss out on his presentation during the conference? Now you can submit the form below to watch it at your own leisure!
Nonnegotiable Central Laboratory Capabilities for I/O Clinical Trial Success
In immuno-oncology (I/O), meeting budget and timeline expectations in the journey from translational research to commercialization is a challenge. You need expert, integrated clinical laboratory and diagnostic solutions delivered by top scientists who will help you assess needs and generate early insights that optimize your protocol.
What else should you look for in a clinical laboratory partner? Along with access to a sizable patient database, impeccable performance across the globe, and I/O experience, three main testing capabilities are mandatory for success in this field: immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, and next generation sequencing.
Biomarkers in Immuno-Oncology: Identifying and Implementing Biomarker Testing from Exploratory Research to Clinical Trials
Biomarkers are at the heart of Immuno-Oncology. In this webinar, we will walk you through three case studies to highlight the importance of biomarkers, using different methodologies. Why do some patients respond better to I/O therapeutics than others? What is Flow Cytometry’s role in immunophenotyping? Where does Immunohistochemistry come in? What is the Tumor Mutation Burden, how does it impact I/O research?
Amanda Finan, Head of IHC R&D Cerba Research, Nithianandan Selliah, Global Head of Flow Cytometry Cerba Research, and Raouf Ben Abdelali, Head of the Hematology and Oncology Division, Cerba Laboratory will guide you through their respective fields of expertise and answer the above questions.