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Bioflux webinar: Blockade of CD62L inhibits CLL cell interaction with vascular endothelium

Nov 22, 2018

Researchers developed an assay to measure CLL cell interactions with endothelium under shear force using a Bioflux 200 and blocked CD62L using the anti-CD62L antibody DREG-56. CLL cell interactions with endothelium were visualized by time-lapse microscopy and CLL cell movement was tracked and quantified. Data will be discussed in the webinar and will establish targeting CD62L inhibits CLL cell/endothelial cell interactions and is accentuated by co-administration with ibrutinib. These data imply that some of the clinical effects caused by ibrutinib are due to a reduced capacity of CLL cells to engage endothelium and extravasate.


Dr. Chris Pepper, Professor in Cancer Studies, University of Sussex, UK

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