The power of sequencing
t- and B-cell receptors
immunoSEQ Assays identify millions of T- and B-cell receptors in a single sample. This massive volume of accurate, quantifiable data is advancing our collective understanding of the adaptive immune system and bringing together minds that drive innovation toward breakthrough discoveries across all of medical science.
Exclusively target rearranged T-cell receptor (TCR) and B-cell receptor (BCR) genes to characterize the adaptive immune system with exceptional depth and specificity.
One sample, 15 million new insights, give or take a few million.
Billions of sequences are just the start of building the largest database of T-cell and B-cell sequences in the world.
A public database of receptor sequences will advance population-based research.
Immunoseq Assays for Research
Answer research questions in fields such as:
oncology | hematology | autoimmunity | infectious disease | vaccine development | transplantation | basic immunology research
Immunoseq Assays for Drug Development
Incorporate the immunoSEQ Assay into clinical trials.
Monitor response to drugs in development. Discover new prognostic and diagnostic biomarkers.
People Driving Discovery
immunoSEQ Assays help researchers like you better understand diseases in which the adaptive immune system plays a role. Look at some of the work that’s been done.
"This platform that Adaptive has developed is very exciting and really gives us a new window into being able to understand the T-cell repertoire in dual transplant patients.” -Megan Sykes, Columbia University
Researchers are continuously making new discoveries using immunoSEQ Assays and the Analyzer, resulting in a new publication just about every week.
IMMUNOSEQUENCING YOUR WAY
Our lab or yours: Count on accurate, quantifiable immune repertoire data with access to cutting-edge analytics tools.
Access the same high-quality, quantitative assay used in our Service with our Research Use Only Kits.
Our expert technicians do the sequencing for you in our secure, state-of-the-art laboratory.