Tools for Immunotherapy Research
Make sure you're on top of your immunotherapy research by starting with consistent and reproducible cell cultures: read our guide for mammalian cell tissue culture, dealing with maintenance, splitting and cyropreservation of mammalian cell lines.
Have easy access to our online immunotherapy protocols: get acquainted with cell culture without the use of serum and convert to serum-free cell culture, learn how to easily isolate lymphocytes from blood or read why you should culture in 3D to get closer to the situation in patients suffering from cancer.
Application notes & Whitepapers
Get more in-depth insight and information on highlighted immunotherapy research by downloading your choice of application note or whitepaper below.
If you're interested in the effect of serum on your cell culture and how that can affect the outcome of your immunotherapy research, than be sure to read "The Case for Serum-Free Media".
Working with stem cells? Check-out the application note "Enhanced non-viral gene delivery to stem cells" on how you can easily deliver your gene of interest without any virus particles in your stem cells.
Posters & Flyers
Get a sneek-peek into various methods and tools to optimize your immunotherapy research by viewing one of our posters or - flyers below.
If you're not that much into reading whitepapers, application notes or protocols for immunotherapy research, than watch some of them below in an immunotherapy webinar of your choice.
3D Cell Culture Webinar
Learn how the new RAFT™ 3D Cell Culture System can elevate your cell culture over the traditional 2D methods or many of the other commercially available 3D options. RAFT™ uses a novel method to create high-density collagen scaffolds with cells embedded, enabling improved cellular interactions that more closely resemble an in vivo environment.
DNA transfection using jetPRIME - How it works
jetPRIME is a powerful and versatile DNA and siRNA transfection reagent for day-to-day experiments that leads to efficient and reliable scientific results. Watch the video to see how it works!
Cancer Immunotherapy presented by Nature
This webcast describes some of the most promising approaches to cancer immunotherapy, including the use of modified versions of a patient’s own T cells, vaccines, and antibodies. Join this recorded webinar as four experts explain their roles in this exciting field and take part in a live discussion on the future of cancer immunotherapy.