Immunophenotyping with immunohistochemistry: interspecies considerations impacting the success of your nonclinical studies

Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is a useful tool for immunophenotyping because it enables the visualization of immune system cells in context of their tissue environment. This post examines IHC in relation to other immunophenotyping tools and highlights the challenges of interspecies interpretation of IHC from toxicological pathology during early drug or preclinical …

Immunogenicity studies for the coronavirus vaccines: How to stay on track and build testing capacity even during COVID-19

As the world waits for a vaccine to protect against COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, it will need not only scientific excellence but also business continuity excellence to keep vital research and immunogenicity studies running. Vaccine development relies on many early, nonclinical studies; some of the earliest …