Antigen-Specific T Cells to MUC-1 Antigen

Antigen-Specific T Cells to MUC1 Antigen   Our scientists were among the first to develop custom antigen-specific T cells for research use and have created them against a diverse range of targets, including viral, tumor, and self-antigens. We’re now developing the next generation of antigen-specific T cells to target some of today’s most prevalent and…

Antigen-Specific T Cells Against NY-ESO-1 Antigen

Antigen-Specific T Cells Against NY-ESO-1 Antigen Our scientists were among the first to develop custom antigen-specific T cells for research use and have created them against a diverse range of targets, including viral, tumor, and self-antigens. We’re now developing the next generation of antigen-specific T cells to target some of today’s most prevalent and challenging…

Antigen-Specific T Cells for Melanoma Research: Tyrosinase

Antigen-Specific T Cells for Melanoma Research: Tyrosinase Our scientists were among the first to develop custom antigen-specific T cells for research use and have created them against a diverse range of targets, including viral, tumor, and self-antigens. We’re now developing the next generation of antigen-specific T cells to target some of today’s most prevalent and…

Antigen-Specific T Cells for Melanoma Research: MART-1

Antigen-Specific T Cells for Melanoma Research: MART-1 Our scientists were among the first to develop custom antigen-specific T cells for research use and have created them against a diverse range of targets, including viral, tumor, and self-antigens. We’re now developing the next generation of antigen-specific T cells to target some of today’s most prevalent and…

Irradiated PBMC as Research Tool | Ignyte Bio

Irradiated PBMC as Research Tools Irradiated PBMC are PBMC from normal donors that have been subjected to high frequency ionizing X-Ray or gamma radiation. This exposure creates DNA damage that prevents certain cells (e.g., T cells, NK cells, B cells) from undergoing cell division. Irradiated PBMC components retain cellular functions, such as cytokine secretion, cytotoxicity,…

Neutrophils in Allergies and Inflammation | Ignyte Bio

Neutrophils for Allergies and Inflammation Research   Neutrophils are the most abundant leukocyte of peripheral blood and are known as the immune system’s first response to infection and injury. Recent studies have shown neutrophils’ effect in the regulation of both innate and adaptive immune response (A. Mocsai, 2013).  Exposure to allergen leads to recruitment of…

FAQs on Using Dendritic Cells for Immuno-oncology and Autoimmunity Research and Development

FAQs on Using Dendritic Cells for Immuno-oncology and Autoimmunity Research and Development Dendritic cells are a family of immune cells that help to maintain balance in the immune system. The dendritic cell family is typically divided into four subgroups: Conventional dendritic cells (DC1 and DC2) Plasmacytoid dendritic cells Inflammatory dendritic cells Langerhans cells Dendritic cells…