immunoSEQ Blog

SpoooookySEQ 2014

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Here at Adaptive, we love to dress up for Halloween! See below for some of our costumes. From left to right we have Obie Wan, a panda, a gum ball machine, Beeker & Rosie the Riveter.

Categorized in: Just for Fun |

Adaptive Customers Publish Latest Results in Haematologica

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A few weeks ago, a team of researchers from University of Helsinki, University of Virginia, Cleveland Clinic, University of Turku, Adaptive Biotechnologies, and Universidad de Murcia published results from a study in which they used the immunoSEQ assay to explore the presence or lack thereof of STAT3 mutations in a certain percentage of patients with T cell… Read More→

Categorized in: Announcements |

Understanding the Placebo Effect

The placebo effect seems amazing, no side effects, no contraindications and yet surprisingly effective. If only we could understand it better. This however proves to be anything but straightforward. While conditioning has been proven to be the underlying cause for the association between mental state and physiological function, it has even been suggested that the… Read More→

Categorized in: Food for Thought |

Adaptive Biotechnologies Platform of High-Throughput Sequencing Featured in Stanford Review of Bone Marrow Transplantation

The work of Drs. Wen-Kai Weng and Everett Meyer which uses the Adaptive Biotechnologies platform of high-throughput immune receptor sequencing was highlighted in the recently published review of  the Stanford  Bone Marrow Transplantation program (bmt.stanford.edu).  The work of Drs. Weng and Meyer will also be presented at this year’s American Society of Hematology (ASH) meeting… Read More→

Categorized in: Announcements, Food for Thought |

Seattle’s Institute for Systems Biology Awarded 2 year Cancer Genomics Cloud Pilot Contract from NCI

We congratulate our colleagues at Seattle’s Institute for Systems Biology, who recently received a $6.5 million, two-year Cancer Genomics Cloud Pilots contract from the National Cancer Institute (or NCI, a division of the National Institutes of Health), in collaboration with Google and SRA International. Other awardees include The Broad Institute and Seven Bridges Genomics. Last year, NCI… Read More→

Categorized in: Food for Thought, News |