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Cellular Engineering Technologies

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Cellular Engineering Technologies (CET) has years of experience manufacturing stem cells and media obtained from human non-embryonic sources, such as adipose tissue, bone marrow, Wharton’s jelly, umbilical cord blood, and placentas. Tissue culture media is optimised for cell growth from the very beginning of cell purification.

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Six new reporter cellular lines for Immune checkpoint drug discovery | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Improvements in mRNA synthesis benefit to cell therapy | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

New in vitro cellular model for human Lipodystrophy | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Formation of Mesenchymal Tissues in Alvetex® Scaffold | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

p53 | tebu-bio's blog - Part 5 Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Cellular models to study the cardiac System (part I) | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

immune system | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

CNS disorder | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Pluripotent Stem Cells and iPSC Research: Quality and Innovative Products | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Obesity (adipose tissue) and Diabetes which ELISA tests, arrays and cellular models? | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Cell-based assay to discover new immuno-oncology treatments | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Screen for inhibitors of PD-1 signalling with a complete cellular assay system | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

PXR1 knockdown boosts VitK3 anticancer effects | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

drug discovery | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Unlimited sources of neural cells mimicking CNS disorders for in vitro bioassays | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Hepatic Cellular Models | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Cell reprogramming strategies for Stem cell research & cell sourcing | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Tips for Optimizing Cell Culture Conditions with Hydrogels | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

AIM Biochips 3D cell culture platform for Immunotherapy and T Cell therapy studies | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Improving restorative surgery - with Platelets | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

3 tips for IHC troubleshooting | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Develop robust and convenient cell based assays with Gaussian Luciferase | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

CRISPR/Cas9 vector delivery maximized with DNA-In CRISPR | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Microcell arrays obtain more accurate data from single living cells | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

3D cell culture: discover the new VitroGelTM 3D Hydrogel system | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

New Reporter cell lines for Drug discovery and Immunotherapy checkpoint research | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

CRISPR-Cas or TALEN genome editing which one to choose? | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

Study how miRNAs regulate Stem cell homeostasis and differentiation | tebu-bio's blog Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter YouTube

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