Cell Therapy Research
Cell-based therapy is the next promising wave in the development of biotherapeutics, but the use of live human cells in medicine is not new. Blood cell transfusions, solid organ transplants, and bone marrow reconstitution have benefited patients for years. However, the demand for cells and tissues to treat patients far outstrips the supply from donors.
In the past few decades, major progress in cell and molecular biology has enabled significant advances in science and medicine. Cell therapies are no longer generated simply by acquiring and processing cells or tissues. Contemporary cell-based products are often biotechnologically engineered, such as immune cells for immunotherapies or stem cells for regenerative medicine.We offer valuable tools for cell preparation, culture, and characterization that can be used no matter which types of cells you may be working with.