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We aim to deliver assays that will help advance the development of your therapeutics candidates

  • Our customers work tirelessly to provide novel medicinal products to make the world disease-free; we are committed to providing the highest quality data to expedite new healthcare solutions
  • In consultation with you, we design our assays to provide the fullest information in line with your stage of development, by using the most appropriate biological systems and industry leading technology

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T CELL MEDIATED
CYTOTOXICITY

Effector T cells have the ability to destroy other cells (e.g. infected or tumor cells) by way of cell-mediated cytotoxicity. A T cell recognizes antigen on a target cell via its T cell receptor (TCR). When the TCR is engaged, the effector T cell releases cytotoxic effector proteins which trigger the target cell to undergo apoptosis.

EXHAUSTED
T CELL ASSAY

Effector T cells have the ability to destroy other cells (e.g. infected or tumor cells) by way of cell-mediated cytotoxicity. A T cell recognizes antigen on a target cell via its T cell receptor (TCR). When the TCR is engaged, the effector T cell releases cytotoxic effector proteins which trigger the target cell to undergo apoptosis.

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MIXED LYMPHOCYTE
REACTION (MLR)

Effector T cells have the ability to destroy other cells (e.g. infected or tumor cells) by way of cell-mediated cytotoxicity. A T cell recognizes antigen on a target cell via its T cell receptor (TCR). When the TCR is engaged, the effector T cell releases cytotoxic effector proteins which trigger the target cell to undergo apoptosis.

CYTOKINE
RELEASE

Effector T cells have the ability to destroy other cells (e.g. infected or tumor cells) by way of cell-mediated cytotoxicity. A T cell recognizes antigen on a target cell via its T cell receptor (TCR). When the TCR is engaged, the effector T cell releases cytotoxic effector proteins which trigger the target cell to undergo apoptosis.

T REG
SUPRESSION

Effector T cells have the ability to destroy other cells (e.g. infected or tumor cells) by way of cell-mediated cytotoxicity. A T cell recognizes antigen on a target cell via its T cell receptor (TCR). When the TCR is engaged, the effector T cell releases cytotoxic effector proteins which trigger the target cell to undergo apoptosis.

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