Targeted Cell Therapy Testing services

Targeted Cell Therapy Testing Services Overview

The Treg depletion experiment is designed to investigate the role and effects of regulatory T cells (Treg) in immune regulation by selectively eliminating them. Treg cells are a unique subset of immune cells with the capability to suppress the activity of other immune cells, thereby maintaining immune balance and preventing excessive immune responses. The primary objective of the Treg depletion experiment is to specifically target and remove Treg cells under controlled conditions, allowing for the assessment of the consequences of their depletion on immune reactions. This approach holds promise as a potential strategy for tumor immunotherapy by modulating Treg cell activity. In such experiments, antibody-mediated cytotoxicity is often employed to target and eliminate Treg cells, using antibodies such as novel IL-2 non-depleting CD25 antibodies or other antibodies that target specific antigens on the surface of Treg cells.

The Treg depletion experiment provides valuable insights into the function, interactions, and potential therapeutic applications of Treg cells in immune regulation. This research is of significant importance for gaining a deeper understanding of the mechanisms underlying immune-related diseases and for the development of innovative treatment approaches.

At Kyinno, we offer state-of-the-art cell analysis techniques and equipment, managed and analyzed by a team of experienced scientists and technical experts. We are dedicated to delivering the most reliable and precise assessments and analyses to support the work of researchers and organizations involved in drug development.

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ADCC Assay measures antibody efficacy in biological research. A standard method for understanding antibody performance. It rigorously tests their functionality and efficacy, providing insights into antibody-mediated cell destruction processes.

The 2D Cell Proliferation Assay, a primary method for cell growth studies, focuses on tumor cells cultured in suspension or monolayers. It allows for comprehensive analysis, highlighting cell development dynamics.

FACS Binding Assay or Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting, is a pivotal cellular biology research technique for binding evaluation. It offers insights into cellular binding mechanisms, enriching our understanding of cell interactions.

Internalization Assay evaluates cellular absorption rates of monoclonal antibodies, vital for advancing anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory therapies. This process is essential for developing anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory treatments and refining oncology and inflammation treatments.
Immuno-Oncology Assay is a core tool in tumor immunology, providing detailed information designed to analyze interactions between tumors and immune responses.This deep understanding accelerates advancements in tumor immunology research.
ELISA is an indispensable technique that stands out for its high sensitivity and specificity in antigen-antibody binding interactions. Its precision ensures it remains the preferred choice for many immune response studies.

The Western Blot Assay stands as a foundational pillar in protein research. It accurately identifies, measures, and evaluates protein expression, enhancing a comprehensive understanding of protein interactions and dynamics.