Empowering Translational Genome Editing in Immunotherapy

Understand the power of T-cell polyfunctionality and how single-cell proteomics data drive CAR-T cell therapy research and development.

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In this we discuss:

How Single-cell Functional Proteomics is changing genome editing & engineering for cell immunotherapy
CRISPR cell therapy discovery using single-cell functional proteomics
Single-Cell Proteomics confirms engineered cell response in bioprocessing
Moving forward with gene-edited allogeneic cell therapy using single-cell profiling
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Single-Cell Functional Proteomics and Genome Engineering

Engineered T cells hold immense potential for immunotherapy, and there are many ways to amend or create immunotherapies using gene editing.

New methods of characterizing gene-edited cells need to be implemented to accelerate therapeutic efficacy and outcomes, such as potency and reducing immune-related adverse events.

Download this eBook to learn how IsoPlexis’ Functional Proteomics is changing genome editing & engineering for cell immunotherapy.

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