Welcome to the 1-h presentation of the new imaging technique that provides researchers with complete data
– Looking for a method that eliminates the need for consecutive slides?
– Problems with autofluorescence or low signal?
Lumito offers the biomedical research community the next generation of IHC detection systems. With our digital images, produced by a new imaging technique, histology researchers have a more complete basis for analyses and clinical diagnostics. We will launch the SCIZYS by Lumito product in the first part of 2023.
Tommy Lidström, Ph. D., Postdoc. at the Department of Radiation Sciences, Oncology Unit, will present the results of a scientific study illustrating how Lumito’s UCNP technique can be used to quantify protein expression more accurately in pancreatic cancer tissue samples. The study has been successfully completed and Tommy Lidström is the first author of the published paper, “Extracellular galectin 4 drives immune evasion and promotes T-cell apoptosis in pancreatic cancer”, which is published in Cancer Immunology Research.
– In comparison to DAB staining, Lumito’s technique is better for quantifying the signal, because the brown DAB staining signal becomes saturated very quickly, making quantification more difficult, says Tommy Lidström.
You have a choice of three events – morning, lunch, or afternoon. Refreshments will be offered.
Date: Tuesday 14th of February 2023
Time: 1. Breakfast at 08:30-09:30 I 2. Lunch at 12:00-13:00 I 3. Afternoon at 15:00-16:00
Venue: Mårtenstorget 5 downtown Lund
To Sign Up please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by 8 February.
Please let Lumito know which event you prefer: 1, 2 or 3.
|Welcome to Lumito Mattias Lundin, CEO|
|Lumito – The next generation Detection Systems Karin Christiansson, Product Manager|
|Results from pre-study Method, results etc. Tommy Lidström|
|Demo of instrument Adam Belfrage, Medical Device SW Engineer|