521 Cottonwood Dr. Ste. 111 Milpitas, CA, 95035 United StatesAdvancing Gene and Cell Product Development Through iPSC and Genome Editing Technologies Applied StemCell strives to advance gene-editing and stem cell innovation for biomedical research and the biotechnology industry to assist in the development of breakthrough therapeutic approaches to cure intractable diseases. 1. Stem Cell Research Services & Products: • iPSC Generation & Characterization • iPSC Genome Editing (CRISPR & TARGATT™) --- Off-the-shelf iPSC-genome edited products are available for purchase • iPSC Differentiation, including T Cells, NK Cells, HPCs, Monocytes, RPEs, Photoreceptors, Endothelial Cells, Oligodendrocytes, NPC, Neurons, Astrocytes, DOPA, Microglia, Cardiomyocytes, and Skeletal Muscle) --- Control iPSC-derived items are available • Disease Modeling and Drug Toxicity Screening (BBB testing), Cytotoxicity Testing • Available “Master” control iPSCs that have proven genome-editing/differentiation capabilities. Currently, it is being used as a benchmark material for the development of measurements and standards for rapidly evolving genetically engineered cells used in cell therapy research. • GMP iPSC Services & Products --- Reprogramming, Genome Editing, & Differentiation/cGMP Grade iPSC Control Line Available • iPSC-TARGATT™-CAR-NK Differentiation --- Knock in your CAR gene into our control iPSCs and differentiate into NK or T Cells 2. Animal Model Development Service: • Mouse Models and Rat Models • Site-specific Knock-in Mouse Service (< 22kb) – TARGATT™ • Mouse Repository of 2000+, includes 50+ humanized mouse models and Cre. • New COVID-19 Humanized Mouse Models • In Vivo Antibody/Drug Candidate Testing • PBMC and CD34 Mouse Models 3. Antibody Discovery & Bioproduction: • Antibody Discovery: TARGATT™ Cell-Based Antibody Library (HEK293/CHO), TARGATT™ Master Cell Line HEK293 & Rabbit Monoclonal Antibody Development • Bioproduction: Bioproduction (CHO) & Transgenic Animals-Rabbit 4. Tissue Samples & Primary Cells • Human Primary Cells: PBMCs, CD34+ & More/PBMC • Human Hematologic Tissue Products: WB procurement • Human Diseased Products • Non-Human Primate Cells & Hematologic Tissue Products • Custom FFPE Service (block/slide/scroll) – Cell Pellet and Tissue • FFPE Products – Human & Animal Cell Pellets, Human & Animal Tissues • Cytokines & Growth Factors • Custom Primary Cell Isolation Service • Tissue Collection 5. CRO/Research Cell and Gene Therapy Bioservices • Cell-Based Assay: CAR-NK and CAR-T Assays, AAV, Potency assays, IND-Enabling Studies, Cellular Viability & Proliferation, Migration Studies & ELISA/ELISpot • In Vivo/Mouse Assay Services: Efficacy Service with HU Models, Dose-Ranging & Biodistribution • TARGATT™ Knock-in Cell Line • Lentivirus Stable Cell Line Generation • Immortalization Services • Cell Line Irradiation Service • Virus Packaging • CMC Support • HLA typing Take advantage of our proprietary TARGATT™ gene knock-in technology and HEK293/CHO-K1 systems for high-efficiency knock-in of large transgenes at safe harbor loci (600x times*) to generate your own library for antibody discovery/screening.
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