At Conversant Bio we offer a wide variety of fresh and frozen human primary cells that can target virtually any disease, stage or grade with detailed patient annotation. From peripheral blood, bone marrow, processed and whole tissue, xenograft tumor cells, and other human biospecimens, we can meet your research needs.
Most autoimmune disease research revolves around understanding the nuances of diseases in order to develop potential treatment options. High quality biospecimens are an important part of this work.
Autoimmune disease biospecimens open up possibilities to advance your immunology research through sample specificity and flexibility. Downlaod this free ebook and learn new research discoveries and challenges, auto-immune treatments and medications, and much more!
Multiple myeloma is a hematologic cancer that develops in the bone marrow of the long bones. In the search to find a cure for multiple myeloma, understanding how multiple myeloma is diagnosed and treated in the real world is key. In this free guide learn how multiple myeloma is diagnosed through lab work and imaging, the typical stages and criterion for multiple myeloma, treatment options for the disease and the most common research challenges and how to solve them. Download today!
"The rate limiting step in our research into human disease is access to high-quality, well-characterized tissues. Conversant Bio is an incredible resource that has come along at the right time; their specimens are opening doors to research we never imagined possible in years past."
Rick Myers, PhD, President and Director, HudsonAlpha Institute
"We need good quality samples so that we can understand the expression of our drug targets, to identify whether or not the drug is working in the manner we expect it to."
Scott Patterson, PhD, Executive Director, Amgen, Inc.
Biomarkers and surrogate endpoints have an increasingly important role in both cancer research and clinical practice. Biomarkers can be used to assess prognosis and to predict how individual patients...Read More
A biomarker is defined as a quantifiable indicator of a biological, pathological, or therapeutic response process occurring in the human body. It is found in blood, other body fluids and tissues and...Read More
Today, we know a wealth of information about cancer that we didn’t know even 20 years ago. Cancer is now seen as a disease of individual cells with its own molecular circuitry. By determining defects...Read More
In recent years, large bodies of research indicate multilineage differentiation potential and immunomodulatory properties of human mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). Furthermore, the potential...Read More