To Sort, or Not to Sort… Answering Some of the Common Concerns and Confusions Around the Cell Sorting Process

Cell Sorting is the process where we trigger a sorting mechanism based on the fluorescent intensity of a cell. Importantly this gives us the flexibility to gate based on either internal markers such as GFP, autofluorescence, or FoxP3 or multiple externally tagged specific markers. This …

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The Evolution of Biodistribution Studies: Deciding Between Qualified vs. Validated Methods

In the ever-evolving landscape of pharmaceutical research, biodistribution studies play a pivotal role in understanding how drugs and therapies are distributed within the body. These studies are critical for assessing the efficacy and safety of new treatments, particularly in the realm of cell and gene …

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What Can We Learn from Our Tears? Learn About a Recently Published Ocular Study by the Cell & Gene Therapy Department at KCAS

Recently, Matthew Pennington, PhD (one of KCAS’s Senior Scientists) was the senior author on a publication entitled “A Validated Droplet Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay for the Detection of Adeno Associated Viral Vectors in Bio Shedding Studies of Tears”. Below, Matt explains the significance in …

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