Recent Nature publications highlight the groundbreaking performance of RareCyte’s Orion Spatial Biology platformSeattle, WA, September 26th, 2023 - In the exciting, growing field of Spatial Biology, the Orion platform from RareCyte has emerged as the platform of choice across biomarker discovery, translational and clinical research.
Astellas Establishes Open Innovation Hub for Tumor Microenvironment Research with Cutting-Edge Spatial Biology, in Mitsui Fudosan’s “MITSUI LINK-Lab KASHIWA-NO-HA 1”TOKYO, June 29, 2023 - Astellas Pharma Inc. (TSE: 4503, President and CEO: Naoki Okamura, “Astellas”) and Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd. (TSE: 8801, President and CEO: Takashi Ueda, “Mitsui Fudosan”) announced today that Astellas will establish a “TME imaging and interactive research for innovation (TME iLab)” open innovation hub in October, 2023 in “MITSUI LINK-Lab KASHIWA-NO-HA 1” (Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture, “the Lab”) operated by Mitsui Fudosan.
RareCyte® selected for the Wellcome Leap In Utero program; will utilize its rare cell liquid biopsy platform to perform breakthrough research to decrease stillbirth rates worldwideSeattle, WA, November 14, 2022 – RareCyte, Inc., (“RareCyte” or “The Company”) a leading provider of Precision Biology products and services has been selected by Wellcome Leap to participate in the $50M In Utero program to create the scalable capacity to measure, model and predict gestational development, to achieve the goal of reducing global stillbirth rates by half. RareCyte will join world renowned researchers in pursuing this ambitious goal.
The GastroIntestinal Research Foundation Launches New Multi-Million Dollar Funding Initiative Aimed at Curing Cancers of the Digestive SystemChicago, IL, Nov 3rd, 2022 - Despite centuries of research, treating and curing cancer remains an urgent health research priority. With generous support from anonymous donors, the GastroIntestinal Research Foundation (GIRF) has launched a bold initiative, CA CURE, to identify and fund research to improve diagnostics and develop therapeutics focused on immunotherapies and personalized vaccines.
RareCyte® reports significant 2021 growth of Precision Biology™ Services business and customer uptake of Orion™ Spatial Biology instruments and reagentsSeattle, WA, January 6th, 2022 - RareCyte Inc., (“RareCyte” or “The Company”) a leading provider of Precision Biology products and services recognized over 100% sales growth in their Services business in 2021. They also saw significant uptake by early adopters of their Orion instruments and consumables by global key opinion leaders in support of fast, subcellular whole slide spatial analysis.
RareCyte® Secures $24M Financing to Advance the Orion™ Spatial Biology Platform and Expand Global Commercial ChannelsSeattle, WA, September 9, 2021 – RareCyte, Inc. (“RareCyte” or “the Company”) a Life Sciences company developing and manufacturing proprietary platforms enabling precision biology solutions, announced today the completion of a $24M financing from new and existing investors. The funding will drive the commercialization and applications for the Company’s new Orion spatial biology platform and further global expansion for the Company’s portfolio of instruments and consumables.
RareCyte announces new Synaptophysin CTC assay for blood-based characterization of treatment-resistant malignanciesSeattle, WA, June 01, 2021 – RareCyte® announces a new biomarker liquid biopsy assay for the neuroendocrine marker, synaptophysin (SYP), enabling customers to evaluate SYP expression on circulating tumor cells (CTCs) with industry leading accuracy and precision in patients with prostate cancer.
Seattle, WA, September 7, 2021 – RareCyte® announces a new rare cell detection kit, The Cell Discovery Kit, which enables custom panel development in your lab for the detection of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) that do not express epithelial markers, such as sarcomas and melanoma, as well as other non-tumor rare cell populations. Together with the AccuCyte® Sample Preparation System, the Cell Discovery Kit provides sensitive and specific rare cell identification.