Single-cell functional omics.
Truly precise medicine.
Accelerated discovery.

Our technology and applications enable improved targeting of complex treatments to the patients who need them most. By isolating single patient cells and detecting their omic, or full, end function, the IsoPlexis precision engineering platform – developed by scientific leaders at Yale and Cal Tech – can offer breakthrough clinical insights. 

Kicking Genomic Profiling to the Curb

In this issue of Cancer Cell, Wei et al. (2016) identify adaptive re-wiring of signaling nodes in glioma as major mechanisms of treatment resistance...

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CalTech, UCSD Team Uses Single-Cell Phosphoproteomics...

A team led by researchers at the California Institute of Technology and the University of California, San Diego, has used single-cell phosphoproteomics...

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A Different Route to Drug Resistance

Probing the biochemistry of individual brain cancer cells, a Ludwig-led team details an alternate mechanism for evading therapy…

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Precision engineering platform developed at Yale & Cal Tech

The IsoPlexis IsoCode readout captures the omic, or full, end function from thousands of single cells in parallel to better understand complex patient response. The IsoCode chip, recognized in the literature as the SCBC, has been well validated in various immune and cancer detection applications, and has been making breakthroughs with UCLA, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and more.

Applications to precision medicine in areas of highly complex patient activity

See how our versatile system uses its quantitative functional data, per cell, to enable more precise understanding of patient specific mechanisms of immune cell responses against cancer.

Our Technology

The IsoCode Chip (SCBC) system captures the omic, or full, end function from thousands of single cells in parallel to better understand complex patient response.

The IsoLight automation system – available for early access later this year – provides a simple, integrated solution for running IsoCode assays in the lab.

The IsoSpeak software performs image processing, computation and automated advanced informatics to compare single-cell function responses across patient groups.

JAK-STAT Pathway Activation in Malignant and Non-Malignant Cells Contributes to MPN... 

Cancer Discovery 2015

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Single-Cell Phosphoproteomics Resolves Adaptive Signaling Dynamics and Informs...

Cancer Cell 2016

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Multifunctional T-cell Analyses to Study Response and Progression in ACT Immunotherapy

Cancer Discovery 2013

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