Expand your panel with speed and confidence

Give us your opinion


Placeholder

Discover our new packaging

At BD, we care not only for your experiment but also for the environment. We aim to reduce our carbon footprint by increasing our stock levels in Europe through our new manufacturing plant in Hungary, and the use of small, recyclable packaging.

-Ambient temperature packaging where possible, with no ice packs or dry ice.
-Low volume – Potentially saves truckloads of packaging material
-Recyclable and environmentally friendly.

You want to share your experience with us ? Please send us your message and if you accept, we’ll publish it on line !


SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH US
AND GET PUBLISHED


Placeholder

BD OptiBuild™ – Greater flexibility and faster results

To us at BD, your experiment is of the greatest importance. So it should not wait too long for reagents to be delivered. Our modern plant in Hungary, located in the heart of Europe, will ship your BD OptiBuild™ order within 72 hours*.

Trust BD for faster deliveries and better science.


LEARN MORE ABOUT BD OPTIBUILD™


*Subject to raw-material availability

Discover what others are saying !

Great selection of antibodies for panel design. In that case, it was delivered within 24 hours. Dr Laura Pallett, Maini Group
Division of Infection and Immunity, University College London,UK
Very fast delivery, faster than usual. With fluorochromes included in BD OptiBuild, we can increase the markers used in the same panel. Dr Guillaume Harle, Dept of Pathology and Immunology,
Univ. of Geneva, Switzerland
Additional colours possible due to the UV laser. Much faster delivery-within 2 days Dr Anne Wilson, Dept of Fundamental Oncology,
Univ. of Lausanne, Switzerland

Evaluating the expression patterns of multiple inhibitory receptors associated with T-cell exhaustion using multicolor flow cytometry

Persistent antigen stimulation of T-cells, typically observed during chronic infections or in tumor microenvironments, results in the loss of antigen-specific CD8+ T-cell effector function. This phenomenon is referred to as T-cell exhaustion and is characterised by the progressive loss of function and proliferative capacity, eventually resulting in clonal elimination.

A typical feature of T-cell exhaustion is the increased expression of inhibitory receptors, which attenuate T-cell activation through a variety of processes. Studies on the two well known inhibitory receptors, CTLA-4 and PD-1, have shown that their inhibition reverses T-cell exhaustion, diminishes tumor growth and improves survival rates. However, the inhibition of these two receptors has been seen to be ineffective in many patients due to the immune system developing additional, non-redundant inhibitory mechanisms.


REGISTER AND GET THE WHITE PAPER

BD Horizon Brilliant™ Blue dyes

Optimally resolve dim populations with brighter options for the blue laser. BD Horizon Brilliant™ Blue 515 (BB515) is brighter than FITC, and BD Horizon Brilliant™ Blue 700 (BB700) is a brighter alternative to PerCP-Cy™5.5.

See sample data


Panel Design

The BD Horizon™ Guided Panel Solution (GPS) tool will help you streamline the panel design process and avoid reagent selections that may negatively affect population resolution.

Launch panel designer

BD is helping you to become an expert in panel design and find the best solution for your experiment. Let's design your panel together.

Become an expert

 



The BD ‘Scientist to Scientist’ panel design educational series

Expert advice is important for good panel design.

Watch our series of ‘Scientist to Scientist’ videos
and learn useful tips and tricks that will go a long way towards improving your knowledge and experiments.


Defining the Objective of Your Experiment

This video is the first in the “Scientist to Scientist” panel design educational series, designed to provide scientists tips & tricks to overcome common flow cytometry panel design challenges.

View now


Knowing the Biology of Your Experiment

Watch our latest “Scientist to Scientist” series video to learn some fundamental strategies to improve your flow cytometry panel design

View now


Understanding Your Flow Cytometry Instrument’s Capabilities for Optimal Panel Design

In this video you will learn how to maximize your flow cytometry instrument’s capabilities for optimized panel design

View now


Flow Cytometry Instrument Characterization and Set Up for Optimal Panel Design

This video explains how to leverage flow cytometry configurations to help maximize resolution of populations of interest.

View now

More videos to come in few weeks !

Let's have a conversation