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A Guest Blog by Audrey B. Bergeron, Applications Scientist; Hannah J. Gitschier M.S., Assistant Product Line Manager Bioprocess; Ann Rossi Ph.D., Kennebunk Applications Manager Corning Life Sciences Introduction Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cells which are engineered to recognize tumor cell-specific surface antigens, ... Continued
Answers by: Corning experts Paula Flaherty, Technology Manager, Jeffrey Partridge, Senior Development Scientist and Hilary Sherman and Audrey Bergeron, Applications Scientists Introduction Unlocking the complexities of cancer is an ongoing challenge. Luckily, a countless number of researchers are working every day - ... Continued
Introduction Cell culture on microcarriers is an increasingly important technique for the production of large cell quantities and the scale-up of Cell Therapy applications. Microcarriers—small, spherical beads used to grow adherent cells in a suspension culture—offer several advantages for large-scale cell ... Continued
Answers by: Feng Li, Senior Scientist Development, Hilary Sherman, Applications Scientist, Himabindu Nandivada, Senior Development Scientist and Nitin Kulkarni, Sr. Scientific Support Specialist. Introduction In the last decade, organoid cultures have quickly become a popular way to create “mini-organs” to support the ... Continued
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