The latest in cell & gene research, from advanced therapies through to the latest developments in cell & gene research, therapies & manufacturing

Cell & Gene Therapy Manufacturing

Implementing Process Analytical Technology into Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing

A recent study shows that a novel refractometry-based PAT system monitors metabolic activity during CGT production, revealing insights into optimising bioprocesses.
Stem Cell Development & Manufacturing

In Conversation with Stephen Sullivan, COO of iPSirius

Cell & Gene 2024 Conference Producer Anya Chuykov met with Stephen Sullivan, COO of iPSirius, to discuss the advancements being made by iPSirius, and their unique proprietary technology working to treat aggressive forms of cancer.
Cell Line Development & Engineering

UNIVERCell: Engineering Red Blood Cells for Targeted Therapy

Scarlet Therapeutics uses genetic manipulation of red blood cells to carry a higher load of therapeutic proteins to help treat rare metabolic diseases.
Cell Line Development & Engineering

Enhancing Gene Editing Efficiency: Multi-Tailed mRNA Integration in CRISPR-Cas9 Systems

A study conducted by the Broad Institute and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) demonstrated that when multi-tailed mRNAs were integrated into a CRISPR-Cas9 system they proved to be more efficient gene editors than unmodified mRNA.
Cell Therapy Development

Cell Therapy for Solid Tumors: An Innovative Approach to Cancer Treatment

Cell therapy for solid tumours is an innovative cancer treatment that uses a patient's own immune cells or donor cells to fight cancer, but its effectiveness varies by tumour type and patient's immune system. Although it offers new hope, it poses risks such as cytokine release syndrome and neurotoxicity. Recent advancements have led to better targeting, combination therapies, and next-generation treatments, with future research aimed at improving safety, effectiveness, and accessibility, potentially revolutionising cancer care.
Gene Therapy Development

Post-Event Proceedings – Gene Therapy Development & Manufacturing 2023

Concise and insightful summaries of presentations delivered by prominent thought leaders at Gene Therapy Development & Manufacturing 2023.
Cell Therapy Development

Advancing Melanoma Treatment: The FDA Gives Lifileucel The Greenlight in Historic Cell & Gene Therapy Breakthrough

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved lifileucel, a one-of-a-kind T-cell therapy developed by Iovance Biotherapeutics for treating melanoma.
Cell Therapy Development

Spotlight On: Lindsay Davies, Chief Scientific Officer of NextCell Pharma

We caught up with Lindsay Davies, Chief Scientific Officer of NextCell Pharma, to hear about to hear about the latest advancements in stromal cell therapy in anticipation of her presentation at our Cell & Gene 2024 Congress this November.

Top R&D Stories of 2023

Through captivating articles, insight pieces, and spotlight interviews, we delve into the remarkable innovations, breakthroughs, and scientific marvels that have defined the landscape of research over the past year.
Tissue Engineering & 3D Models

Putting Menopause on Hold: Could Ovarian Cryopreservation Prevent Menopause?

Ovarian cryopreservation could prolong fertility, paving the way for a breakthrough in women’s reproductive freedom

Preserving Life's Potential: methods and conditions of cryopreservation

Cryopreservation is a key technology in medicine, biotechnology, and conservation, enabling the preservation of biological materials at ultra-low temperatures for future use. It supports medical treatments, scientific research, and species conservation by maintaining the genetic integrity of cells, tissues, and organs. Cell & Gene by Oxford Global explores its mechanisms, methodologies, applications, and the future directions this essential technology is headed towards.
Gene Therapy Development

Curing HIV with cell & gene therapy?

It is now possible to live a long and near normal life with HIV, but what is the likelihood of a permanent cure?

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