Immunotherapy involves understanding and harnessing the relationship between the immune system and cancer cells to combat oncogenesis. There are many different potential immunotherapeutic approaches, including cell-based strategies such as adoptive cell transfer, receptor pathway-based strategies such as checkpoint inhibition, and agent-based approaches such as antibody therapy. Genetic engineering can be incorporated into all of these approaches. Gene editing can be used to modulate receptor expression levels, induce the production of certain molecules, change cellular phenotypes, or alter the general intensity of the immune response.

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Advanced Flow Cytometric Analysis of Human T-Cell Memory Subsets Multi-color flow cytometry is a powerful tool to analyze the highly heterogeneous human T cell compartment
The Use of the Analytical Ultracentrifuge to Characterize Very Large Complex Biopharmaceuticals This webinar covers the key attributes of AUC as a highly effective technique for characterizing viral vectors for viral gene therapy delivery systems
Development and Production of Viral Vectors: Advances in Processes and Translation for Human Gene Therapy Understand the role viral vectors play in modern gene research and how ultracentrifugation is used to produce these key delivery systems
Looking Under the Hood: Getting Started with the Optima AUC In the webinar we discuss the fundamentals of analytical ultracentrifugation and look at a few sample applications.
Webinar: An Intro to Characterization of Biomolecules Using AUC Analytical Ultracentrifugation (AUC) is one of the most powerful biophysical tools used today for the characterization of biological samples ranging from small drug molecules to intact viruses, vesicles and microparticles