eBioscience/Affymetrix

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eBioscience/Affymetrix
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Summary

The eBioscience company has been in existence since the late 1990s. Since that time, the company has eBioscience develops antibody products for a variety of uses that include flow cytometry, gene expression, ELISA, and clinical. The company’s clinical diagnostic reagents and analyte specific reagents (ADR) are enhanced specifically for use in clinical laboratories. This category of products have expanded as a result of a partnership that eBioscience has entered into with Binding Site, a company that specializes in the management and diagnosis of blood cancer. These reagents support a test size up to 120 and a 5 uL/ concentrated formula. The fluorochromes that are available are suitable or most specificities. They are also compatible with the flow cytometry instruments that are available. These reagent products are considered to have a purity level that is above 90%.

The eBioscience reagents for flow cytometry are designed for blocking, cell status, performance control, cell staining, cell staining, cell treatment, and cell separation. For laboratories that are located outside of the United States, the company develops CE-IVD reagents. The cell separation products by eBioscience include magnetic sorting and red blood cell lysis. The company generates cell treatment offerings that consist of animal-free cytokines and chemokines, recombinant proteins, cocktails for cell stimulation, and functional antibodies in the form of antibodies for neutralization and activation of cells. The blocking group of products include protein transport inhibitors and Fc receptor binding inhibitors. Cell status products include cell proliferation dyes, fixable viability dyes, and BrdU reagents. Compensation beads and isotype controls make up the performance control products. eBioscience offers numerous products that are suitable for cell staining that include 123count eBeads™ for flow cytometry, buffers for cytoplasmic and nuclear staining, and eFluor® organic dyes.

The company offers flow cytometry products for the five lasers that it provides (Ultraviolet-355 nm, Violet-405 nm, Blue-488 nm), YellowGreen (532-561 nm, and Red 635-655 nm). eBioscience provides flow cytometry products in numerous areas of biology such as metabolism, cell signaling, bone biology, apoptosis, and immunology. The company also provides flow cytometry products for a variety of cell types including Treg cells, dendritic cells, NK & NKT cells, t cells, and neuronal stem cells.

eBioscience also offers support products in the form of isotype controls, dyes, buffers and solutions, and secondaries.

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Value4
Usability4.5
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Tim Bushnell

Tim Bushnell

I enjoy answering paradigm-shifting questions and trouble-shooting puzzling glitches. I also like finding new ways to enhance old procedures. I’m passionate about my professional relationships and strive to fill them with positive energy.

My other passions include grilling, wine tasting, and real food. To be honest, my biggest passion is flow cytometry, which is something that Carol and I share. My personal mission is to make flow cytometry education accessible, relevant, and fun. I’ve had a long history in the field starting all the way back in graduate school.
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About Tim Bushnell

I enjoy answering paradigm-shifting questions and trouble-shooting puzzling glitches. I also like finding new ways to enhance old procedures. I’m passionate about my professional relationships and strive to fill them with positive energy. My other passions include grilling, wine tasting, and real food. To be honest, my biggest passion is flow cytometry, which is something that Carol and I share. My personal mission is to make flow cytometry education accessible, relevant, and fun. I’ve had a long history in the field starting all the way back in graduate school.