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Roundtable: Single-Cell Proteomics Tackles Vaccine Development

In this GEN hosted roundtable, five leading researchers share their views and strategies on infectious disease research and vaccine development.

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Roundtable: Single-Cell Proteomics Tackles Vaccine Development

In this GEN hosted roundtable, five leading researchers share their views and strategies on infectious disease research and vaccine development.

In this E-Book we discuss:
  • How does understanding and detecting immune response and function affect developing therapies and vaccines for infectious diseases? How do single-cell tools play a role?
  • What models are available today to look at the innate and adaptive immune responses in relation to infectious diseases and cytokine storms?
  • What role do you think assessing and understanding a proteomic cytokine response from immune cells and more systematically in bulk will play in developing better vaccines and therapies for diseases, such as COVID 19?