Posts by Brian Wile, Ph.D.

Brian, with a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Tech and Emory, initiated his CRO journey in the Flow Cytometry Department at Q² Solutions. He led the team through substantial expansion, transferring over 100 client assays and tripling revenue in 2 years. Brian continued his career at Q² and Eurofins, and recently as the Director of Scientific Affairs at Teknova, he collaborated directly with clients, addressing bioprocess challenges and gathering insights for new product development.

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Listen to podcast Podcast (The Conversational Flow) Eps #5: “What Is Cell Sorting and What Role Does It Play in Bioanalysis?”

During this newest episode of “The Conversational Flow”, Brian and Adam discuss cell sorting and the pivotal role it plays in molecular biology applications – enabling researchers to isolate specific cell populations from complex mixtures, as well as a number of other benefits. Our hosts dive into the importance of…

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Read article Video: When it Comes to Flow Cytometry, KCAS Bio has the Right Tools to Answer the Right Questions

One of the coolest things we’re doing here at KCAS Bio is definitely validating new instruments and new software. We start off with the Cytek systems of course, and then we’re adding in FCS Express, we’re applying both of those tools ’cause that’s really all they are at the…

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Read article Video: Learn About KCAS Bio’s All-new Purpose-built Facilities Dedicated to Flow Cytometry

KCAS has recently moved from a space that was extremely tight – even for the operations we had at the time – to an enormous new modern lab building that is purpose-built for the type of work that allows all of our workflows to be more efficient, more scalable,…

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Read article The Full Potential of Flow Cytometry from KCAS Bio – Leading the Way in 2024

Flow cytometry is a highly sophisticated laboratory technique. Scientists use this procedure to analyze and quantify certain physical and chemical characteristics of cells or particles. In recent years, the prominence of flow cytometry has grown significantly, and understanding why is pivotal. The recognition of the technique’s importance, especially in the…

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Read article Navigating Flow Cytometry: A Quick Overview to Sample Collection and Processing

Flow cytometry is an extremely valuable tool that has become an indispensable part of modern drug development. This is especially the case in the realm of bioanalytical and biomarker services. However, as is the case with any useful tool, it’s critical to wield flow cytometry skillfully. The accuracy and reliability…

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Read article Unveiling the Future of Flow Cytometry: Conventional vs. Spectral Flow

In the rapidly evolving realm of flow cytometry, conventional flow cytometry is gradually being displaced by its advanced counterpart, spectral flow cytometry. These technologies, each with its unique strengths and applications, have revolutionized the way we analyze cells and particles. Let’s dive…

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Read article A Closer Look at Immunophenotyping and its Applications at KCAS

Immunophenotyping has undergone a seismic change in less than two decades as panel sizes have increased in complexity from <10 to >40 colors. Let’s explore how immunophenotyping is transforming the field and how FlowMetric, a KCAS…

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Read article KCAS is Expanding Cutting-Edge Flow Services into Europe – What Does This Mean for You and Your International Projects?

In an exciting development, KCAS, through its subsidiary FlowMetric, is expanding its flow services in Europe. With a history of providing cutting-edge flow services in the EU, KCAS is taking a significant step forward by transitioning services from its Milan, Italy site to…