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Imanis Life Sciences Presenting at the 2019 ASGCT Annual Meeting

Imanis Life Sciences will be at the 22nd Annual ASGCT Meeting in Washington, DC.  

April 18, 2019, Imanis Life Sciences, Rochester MN

Imanis Life Sciences will be exhibiting at the 2019 ASGCT annual meeting in Washington, DC, from Monday, April 29 through Wednesday, May 1. In addition, Rianna Vandergaast, Ph.D., a Senior Scientist at Imanis, will present during the Tools and Technologies Forum on Monday, April 29, 2019 at 4:15 PM ET. The presentation will highlight Imanis’ NIS technology for applications in noninvasive imaging of tumor cells and cellular therapies, emphasizing our expertise in in vivo imaging and innovative solutions to accelerate gene and cell therapy research.

We will also showcase our NIS technology with two poster presentations:

  1. Superior sensitivity for noninvasive tracking of cell and gene therapies using NISplus 1.0. (Abstract #: 733)
  2. The sodium iodide symporter (NIS) is a versatile reporter gene for tracking cell and vector fate in living animals.  (Abstract #: 264)

If you will be at the conference, visit us at booth 420! Our expert scientists will be on hand to answer your questions, discuss your unique project requirements, or recommend products to fit your applications.

For more information or to register for the event, visit the conference website.
https://annualmeeting.asgct.org/am19

About Imanis Life Sciences
Imanis Life Sciences is a leading provider of products and services to accelerate development of viro-immuno-oncology drugs. Our mission is to advance pharmacokinetics and imaging, promote widespread adoption of noninvasive in vivo imaging in preclinical and clinical research.  Our team of dedicated and passionate scientists (PhD, MSc, BSc) works closely with clients to facilitate their research, from study design, custom products, and consultation.

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