ChipCytometry™ CRO Services

Efficiently Incorporate Spatial Biomarker Assays in Your Research

As the creators of the ChipCytometry platform, we utilize years of experience in developing multiplexed spatial cytometry technologies to bring the power of spatial biology to your research. By leveraging the open-sourced nature of ChipCyteomtery, we can be as customizable and flexible as we need to be to develop and scale your assay.

We have helped researches across academia and biopharma from the early phases of discovery to supporting their clinical trials. Our ChipCytometry CRO Services are here to add flexibility to your operations.

Starting A ChipCytometry CRO Project is Easy

Spatial biology is difficult, but the means for you to access it doesn’t have to be. The ChipCytometry CRO workflow takes you from spatial biomarker selection to robust spatial phenotyping data in just four simple steps.

Design Your Panel

Use Your Samples

We Do the Work

Get Your Data

Customization Without Compromise

ChipCytometry technology is designed for customization across the entire project timeline. Seamlessly integrate the biomarkers that are relevant to you, using the samples you want, with the analysis you need.

Design Your Panel

Open-Source Reagents
No barcodes or expensive properietary reagents. Use the clones you already know.
Put Your Biomarker Into Context
We can easily incorporate your unique de novo biomarkers into our high-plex spatial assays.
Answer Questions Quickly
Quickly test your samples with one of our Pre-Validated Panels or Assay Kits.
Build Your Own Environment
Assemble any combination of pre-validated or de novo biomarkers and we’ll validate your novel assay.

Use Your Samples

Sample Type Flexibility
Whether it’s PBMCs, CSF, fresh frozen tissue, FFPE tissue, TMAs, or anything else, we can help.
Sample Procurement
Leverage our network of high-quality biobanks to source most sample types.
Sample Reinterrogation
Answer your questions from previous ChipCytometry assays on the same samples months or years later.
Clinical Sample Stability
Avoid known cryopreservation and transportation issues with CytoChex® BCTs.

We Do The Work

Project Management
Your dedicated Project Scientist will guide you throughout the project.
Project Scale
Whether it’s 10 or 1,000 samples, our labs are equipped to adjust throughput to your timelines.
Change Control
Plans change, and your ChipCytometry CRO projects can change with you.
A Full-Service Provider
Connect your project to Canopy’s full suite of spatial biology services.

Get Your Data

Tiered Deliverable Offering
Choose from our standard offering or select from a range of additional analyses to fit your project needs.
3rd Party Integration
Use our software, or easily insert data into your favorite image analysis suite.
Data Visualization
Whether it’s for posters or publications our team can help with displaying your data to tell your story.
Agile Reporting
Milestone-based and final reports can be tailored to your intended usage.

Helping the Research Community with Spatial Biology

From large biopharmaceutical companies to local universities, we partner with organizations on their journey to integrating spatial biology into their research.

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Dr. Sarah Harris

Head, GI. & Neurology, Atopic Disorder Disease Teams, Translational Medicine, BMS

ChipCytometry allowed us to utilize small amounts of stored clinical samples to investigate tissue architecture and localization of a large number of cell types in multiple diseases, as well as how treatment altered those characteristics.

Selected Presentations

ChipCytometry CRO Services reveal novel insights and produce publication-ready data across a multitude of research areas and sample types. See select presentations below or contact us for specific information.

Webinar

Novel Opportunities to Extend the Clinical Potential of Microbeam Radiotherapy

Dr. Olga Martin, Univesity of Bern

Publication

A Preliminary Study for the Assessment of PD-L1 and PD-L2 on CTCs by Microfluidic-Based ChipCytometry

Teo et al., 2017

Publication

In-Depth Immune-Oncology Studies of the Tumor Microenvironment in a Humanized Melanoma Mouse Model

Schupp et al., 2021

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