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Anti-Human SULF2 monoclonal antibodies for research applications

Sulfatase 2 (SULF2) is an extracellular sulfatase that acts on heparan sulfate proteoglycans.  It is overexpressed and pro-oncogenic in many cancers. Its overexpression in the liver is linked to dyslipidemia and fatty liver disease. This invention describes a panel of monoclonal antibodies that are validated for immunocytochemical staining, biochemical analysis and functional studies of human SULF2.   

Covidseeker. Digital Contact Tracing And Hotspotting In Real-Time

UCSF PIs developed a novel software platform for COVID-19 contact tracing and hotspotting called COVIDseeker. Covidseeker looks back in time and may be able to recreate people’s movements when infection rates were rising and falling in the spring and summer of 2020, giving epidemiologists an invaluable source of data as they try to predict what is going to happen in the fall and winter.This digital health invention has applications broader than COVID-19. The software can potentially be leveraged for other infectious diseases, treating obesity, and controlling smoking or alcohol addiction by showing where and when people are when they smoke, what are the triggers and how their location contributes to the risk of developing a particular disease.

XYZeq – Spatially-Resolved Single Cell Sequencing

Researchers at UCSF have developed XYZeq, a method for coupling a cell’s spatial location with single-cell sequencing. Single-cell genomic techniques have emerged as powerful approaches to further our understanding of disease states and cellular heterogeneity. Single-cell imaging methods gain spatial information, but lack throughput and detailed transcriptomic information. Current single-cell sequencing approaches require dissociation of cells during preparation, as a result cannot record a cell’s physical location. UCSF researchers eliminate this step using XYZeq, a new scRNA-seq process that incorporates the benefits of single-cell imaging techniques with single-cell sequencing, without an imaging step. XYZeq simultaneously discerns the location and gene expression of a single cell residing within a complex tissue microenvironment. The technology has been validated in a laboratory setting.

T cell Receptor cDNAs to Treat Gliomas

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T Cell Receptor cDNAs to Treat Gliomas

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