The Immune Monitoring Core at Mayo Clinic provides services to Mayo Clinic researchers seeking to study immunological phenomena. The core was created to facilitate access to state-of-the-art single-cell technology applied to the study of the immune system and other complex biological systems. The core is an enterprise-wide shared resource facility with a physical presence at both the Minnesota and Arizona campuses of Mayo Clinic.
- Designing assays to identify and quantify immune cell subpopulations.
- Characterizing and measuring immune function.
- Monitoring immunological changes in response to both specific and nonspecific stimulation.
The core supports experimental systems to study human and mouse models by providing expertise and standardized assays to evaluate immune functions in a broad range of diseases and therapies in models as well as in healthy human subjects with variable demographics.
The Immune Monitoring Core provides services to all Mayo Clinic faculty and staff engaged in research. Selective services are available to investigators outside Mayo Clinic. For more information, please contact the core.