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CAR-T development

CAR-T development

Publication date : 2019-10-01

Diaclone continues its implication in innovative health technology with its participation in the development of IL-1RAP CAR T cells (Warda W Cancer Res February 1 2019 79 (3) 663-675) and in a CD123 CAR T cells project (both in collaboration with the INSERM U1098 research team in Besançon, France).

Diaclone is renowned as a specialist in antibody development - in particular CD markers and membrane expressed proteins. Diaclone’s competence in cell biology and antibody development coupled with its new molecular biology platform and the antibody engineering capabilities of the mAbexperts team (www.mabexperts.com) can provide:

  • Development of monoclonal antibodies against a target
  • Platform for bioassays and Ab characterisation
  • mAb sequencing, ScFv and transgene construction
  • Tools for controls: Kits, Antibodies and recombinant proteins (IL-2, TNF-a, ...)
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