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At Fluxion, we’re passionate about delivering cell-based and cell-free solutions that facilitate the transformation of research discoveries into new ways to diagnose and treat patients. By characterizing molecular and cellular mechanisms of disease, Fluxion’s platforms help bridge the translational medicine gap, enabling rapid advances in disease research, drug discovery, and the development of diagnostic tests.

Oncology Research Applications

Engineered T cells, CTCs, and Tumor Microenvironment

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Understanding the molecular and cellular mechanisms of cancer progression, and the effect of treatments on these processes, is the key to development of successful treatments. 

BioFlux provides a precisely controlled in vitro model for studying the in vivo biology of cancer.

 

Cellular Analysis

BioFlux Systems

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Engineered T Cell

Accelerate your engineered T cell drug discovery with functional testing of adhesion and transmigration in vitro

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Tumor Microenvironment

Control and manipulate the tumor microenvironment and test potential treatments

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Metastasis

Examine metastasized cancer cells on endothelial monolayers and protein coatings

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Cancer Cell Homing

Create 2 connected micro-environments to study cancer cell homing

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Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition

Analyze steps of cancer progression and EMT with cancer cells under shear flow

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Cancer Cell Migration & Invasion

Create two adjacent micro-environments to analyze cell migration and invasion.

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Circulating Tumor Cells

Analyze CTC adhesion and clustering under shear flow

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Leukemia

Examine leukocyte adhesion under shear flow conditions

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Cancer Stem Cells

Analyze stem cell homing, adhesion, transmigration, and differentiation under flow.

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Resources Library

Visit the Resources Library for webinars, application notes and publications

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