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How to Optimize Material Quality for Cellular Therapeutics

Aug 15, 2018 10:10:00 AM / by Nancy Andon, MSc posted in Leukopak, Apheresis, cell quality, quality control


Last week, HemaCare published an article in Technology Networks discussing how optimal apheresis and collection methods give cell therapies a leading edge1 

Cell therapy is a unique field because the “products” are derived from living human cells and where each donor is different, variability is inevitable. Quality precursor material gives cell therapy products their best start. Variable or low-quality starting material introduces a need for complex separation strategies or repeated manufacturing runs, leading to higher costs and resource requirements.1 To ensure the process utilizes the right resources, scientists must adopt optimal apheresis instrumentation and collection methods as one of the most important steps. 

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ISCT Part 1:The Importance of Cell Quality in Cell Therapy

Jul 9, 2014 1:10:30 PM / by Maria posted in cell quality, Cell Therapy, Basic Research


[pullquote]Bringing cell based technologies to the clinic relies upon one simple thing – the quality of your cells. [/pullquote]

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