Traditional mechanism-of-action ADCC assays are fraught with difficulty from isolating specific populations of cells from blood to maintaining well-controlled assay conditions. This can lead to highly variable results that are difficult to replicate. The ADCC Reporter Bioassays eliminate much of this variability by providing frozen, thaw-and-use effector cells—cells as critical, quality-controlled reagents, giving you confidence in your results. The video below illustrates the ADCC Reporter Bioassay Principle.
For more information, links to the protocols are provided below.
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