New: Anti-HER2/neu T Cells for Early Stage Research

What is the HER2 Antigen? HER2 is a tumor-related antigen also known as ERBB2 or NEU. The HER2 gene encodes a human epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) that is overexpressed by several tumor types, most notably in breast and ovarian cancers.  Many women (and men) are interested to know their HER2 status. HER2 gene amplification…

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Meet Us at the CAR-TCR Summit in London

  The CAR-TCR Summit is heading to London! We will be represented at the show by our partners from Key Biologics, who will be ready to meet you at booth A10. If you’re working to engineer a cancer-free world, come talk to us about how we can help with cell sourcing in the UK and…

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Phacilitate 2020: A Focus on Patient Voices

Phacilitate 2020 was jam-packed with inspiration, motivation, and confirmation that what we are doing is making an impact on patient lives now and into the future. We attended several educational sessions, met with many scientists, and had countless conversations about the future of immunotherapy. Here are some of our top Phacilitate 2020 highlights.   2020…

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Using PBMC as a Quality Control for Flow Cytometry

Our cryopreserved peripheral blood mononuclear cells are a great tool for flow cytometry assays. Whether you want to confirm your antibodies are working properly or measure for consistency, our PBMC are the tools you need for quality control.  Using PBMC to Test Antibodies Sometimes you might not be sure if your chosen reagent is correctly…

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Ask A Scientist: Proteoglycans vs. Glycoproteins

The extracellular matrix is a complex combination of non-cellular materials that support biochemical and biomechanical processes in the tissues and organs. Among the components of the extracellular mix are two distinct types of biomolecules: proteoglycans and glycoproteins. Immunology researchers are primarily interested in these biomolecules due to their role in the human tissue processes and…

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