Immune cell quantification and SARS-Co-V2
Several studies show that the enumeration of certain lymphocyte subsets may help to predict course of disease in corona virus-infected individuals.
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Quantification of immune cells is a routine procedure in diagnosing and monitoring of patients with a variety of different disorders. Current practice requires a fresh blood sample to be shipped and analyzed in a laboratory within 24 hours after blood draw.
Epimune's i.Mune™ tests allow comprehensive immune cell quantification from a drop of blood that can be collected by a simple finger-prick, dried on filter paper and sent to a lab via regular mail.
This enables applications where immune cell quantification is already routinely performed but a fresh blood sample in sufficient quantity and quality may be difficult or impossible to obtain.