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Fact Sheet – Advancing Your Solid Tumor Trials With Our Cutting-Edge Assay Portfolio

Cerba Research has conducted nearly 200 oncology trials within the last 5 years alone, with 55%+ being solid tumors such as lung, breast, and colorectal cancers. The central and specialty laboratories’ expertise includes specialized assays such as next-generation sequencing (NGS), flow cytometry (FCM), immunohistochemistry (IHC), AI in image analysis, and NanoString®. Check our latest fact sheet to learn more about our highlights and capabilities.

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Fact Sheet – Unveiling the Oncology Journey: Highlighting Cutting-Edge Capabilities

Cerba Research has conducted nearly 200 oncology trials within the last 5 years alone. Its experience extends to both solid and liquid tumors and includes specialized assays such as next-generation sequencing (NGS), flow cytometry (FCM), immunohistochemistry (IHC), and NanoString®. Check our latest fact sheet to learn more about our highlights and capabilities.

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Fact Sheet – Virology Center of Excellence: Illuminating Insights Into Infectious Diseases

Experience the unparalleled activity of Cerba Research’s Infectious Diseases (ID) therapy sector, boasting a remarkable track record of over 600 executed trials in just the last 5 years.

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Article – From Sample To Discovery: Applications, Challenges, And The Path Ahead In Full-Service Repertoire Sequencing

ENPICOM and Cerba Research have joined forces to conduct an in-depth interview focused on the applications, challenges, and future prospects within the realm of full-service repertoire sequencing.

In this collaborative effort, our esteemed experts, Dirk van Alewijk, PhDGoran and Ilse Wolters, and Henk-Jan van den Ham from ENPICOM, provide insights about the challenges of analyzing repertoire data, promising repertoire sequencing applications, and what the future holds for this cutting-edge technology.

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Presentation – Translating Scientific Challenges Into Scientific Challenges Into Preclinical Research Solution

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White Paper – Precision Medicine For Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) – Emerging Trends In Molecular Analysis

Of all types of cancer, lung cancer caused more deaths worldwide than any other type of cancer. It also causes more deaths than breast and colorectal cancers combined. Patients with the most common lung cancer, non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), have higher survival rates than patients with small-cell lung cancer (SCLC), but the outcomes for both remain bleak. According to the National Cancer Institute, the five-year survival rate for NSCLC between 2004 and 2010 was 20.7% compared to only 6.3% for SCLC.2

NSCLC patients also have more promising and more precise, treatment options today compared to even 10 years ago. Advances in biomarker and precision medicine have led to the development of immunotherapies and targeted novel treatments that have the potential to improve patient outcomes. In the United States, the FDA has approved dozens of biomarker-driven therapies for NSCLC, including ALK, EGFR, and ROS1 inhibitors. Meanwhile, more than 1,200 treatments are in development.

Discover the latest trends in precision medicine for NSCLC in this white paper

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White paper – Decoding A TCR And BCR Fingerprint – Immune Repertoire Sequencing

Welcome to our immune repertoire sequencing white paper page! We provide advanced solutions to study the diversity and specificity of immune cells in your clinical trial samples, using cutting-edge sequencing technologies and bioinformatic tools.

By analyzing the RNA sequences of the immune receptors (i.e., B-cell or T-cell receptors), we can identify and quantify the different types of immune cells present in your samples, as well as their clonal relationships and antigen recognition patterns. This information can be used to investigate immune responses to diseases, vaccines, tumors, or environmental stimuli, and to develop personalized therapies and diagnostics.

Our team of experts can guide you through the entire process, from sample preparation to data analysis and interpretation, and provide you with customized reports and visualizations.

Explore the power of immune repertoire sequencing and unlock the secrets of the immune system!

What you can find in the white papers:

  • The TCR and BCR sequencing workflow
  • Our standard report analysis
  • Cerba Research end-to-end solution sequencing service
  • Features and benefits of TCR and BCR profiling
  • And more intriguing features

Complete the form below to download the white papers!

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E-book – CAR+T Drug Development The Critical Role Of Flow Cytometry

Being one of the leading technologies for cellular analysis, flow cytometry generates simultaneous high-throughput enumeration and individual cell characterization data. With the breakthrough of cellular immune therapies, such as CAR+ T, flow cytometry became a critical platform, not only for clinical laboratories, but also for drug developers and manufacturers.

Flow cytometry plays a crucial role in the production process of CAR+ T cells, where it is used for assessing transduction efficiency, purity, and characterization of the CAR+ T product before infusion. After manufacturing, when CAR+ T cells are infused into the patients, flow cytometry is used again in clinical laboratories to assess CAR+ T expansion, efficiency, and persistence and to monitor minimal residual disease (MRD).

In this e-book, Ans De Beuckelaer, Regional Head Flow Cytometry EU and Rowan Claeys, Clinical Biologist at Cerba Research, dive deeper into key elements of flow cytometry:

  • The importance of flow cytometry in Car+T clinical research and its uses
  • Key aspects in developing a CAR+ T trial
  • The added value of flow cytometryin multiple myeloma, Minimal Residual Disease (MRD) assessments and multiple Myeloma phenotype
  • Car+T-cell Therapy: patient treatment, targeted antigens and solutions for MRD assessments and multiple myeloma phenotype assessment.
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Presentation – Automatization Of Immunohistochemistry Data Analysis For Protocol Validation

This presentation was given by Marie Gerus-Durand, Principal Scientist & Validation Engineer at Cerba Research Montpellier at the JMP Discovery Summit Europe.

Cerba Research is a global company providing high-quality, specialized analytical and diagnostic solutions for clinical trials. Cerba Research Montpellier develops customized immunohistochemistry protocols to detect the expression of selected targets on patients’ tissue sections.

To be used in clinical trials, these protocols must meet the regulatory agencies’ criteria to ensure that the protocol will allow consistent results on precious patients’ samples. With the diversity of parameters evaluated and the types of evaluation possible in implementing these custom protocols, automating data analysis became a need.

Thanks to various JMP® tools, we have developed an automated analysis that saves time and homogenizes protocol performance reports by including statistical and graphical data in a Dashboard. This process, submitted as JMP Add-in, has been incorporated into our user workflows, thus facilitating our procedures.

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Cerba Research takes you on a 360 degree tour of their IHC Centre of Excellence lab

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Webinar – The Added Value Of Flow Cytometry In CAR T-Cell Clinical Trials Webinar

Watch Cerba Research’s latest webinar, ‘The Added Value of Flow Cytometry in CAR T-Cell Clinical Trials’.

The Added Value of Flow Cytometry in CAR T Cell Clinical Trials