Get a better understanding of cell avidity, why is it important and relevant, and the working principle of our technology to measure this novel parameter that predicts cell therapy success.
Learn how the formation of an immune synaptic interface between T cells and tumor cells leads to activities required for T cell activation and cytokine release.
Understanding the term “cell avidity” and how it fills the current scientific research gap.
Introducing the acoustic technology within the heart of our z-Movi.
How to perform cell avidity analsis experiments in a mater of hours.
The series of webinars, delivered by our application scientists or by invited speakers, cover topics across the field of immunotherapy, such as CAR-T and TCR T-cell therapy.
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