PerkinElmer's Phenoptics™ quantitative pathology research system helped researchers reveal a predictive biomarker for Merkel cell carcinoma.
In a medical first, UNC researchers engineer and record skin cells becoming cancer killers using PerkinElmer’s IVIS system.
Researchers at the University of Oklahoma have discovered potent polyphenols in brown seaweed that target and prevent the spread of pancreatic cancer cells. Their research is a potential blueprint for fighting the most lethal form of cancer, saving thousands of lives each year.
Groundbreaking research using PerkinElmer's Vectra multispectral imaging platform may lead to new immunotherapy treatments for cancer.
New multispectral cell imaging system aims to revolutionize tumor analysis
Novel test identifies lung cancer patients most likely to benefit from immune therapies
Breakthrough research uses bacteria to target and kill cancer
Seeing Elements Transform At Atomic Scale Unveils A Big Surprise: A Potential New Cancer Therapy
PerkinElmer’s Vectra platform is helping to advance research into immuno-oncologic treatments.
By studying changes in the shape of cells and organelles in response to cancer drugs, researchers hope to pave the way for more effective breast cancer treatments.