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Ask A Scientist: How Do I Use Dendritic Cells for an MLR?

Our resident dendritic cell expert, Benjamin Tjoa, was one of the first scientists in the world to develop dendritic cells for use in cell-based vaccines. Ben has traveled internationally to help labs prepare for developing dendritic cell-based therapies. Monocyte-derived dendritic cells are a hot topic for many of our customers, and Ben has answered countless […]

Useful Tools in Immunology: The Human Protein Atlas

When I need more information on a protein or antibody, one of the first places I turn to is The Human Protein Atlas. It’s a remarkable open-access collection of all known proteins in human cells, tissues, and organs.  When I say remarkable, I mean it. The Human Protein Atlas has amassed detailed information on more […]

In-Depth Guide for Working with Macrophages

Macrophages have many applications in immunology research and can produce a wide range of cytokines and chemokines that can influence the immune response in both mouse and human models.  We’ve compiled an in-depth guide with our best resources for working with macrophages, the “Big Eaters” of the immune system. You’ll get tips for creating and […]

How to Differentiate Monocytes into Osteoclasts

Our contract immunology research team is always looking for a new challenge. So when a customer proposed a project that involved differentiating monocytes into osteoclasts, we said, “Why not!” Fun in the Lab with Monocytes Osteoclasts are macrophages found in bone and are highly specialized myeloid cells that break down and resorb bone tissue, important […]

Ask A Scientist: How Do You Test for Blood-Borne Pathogens?

What’s in This Vial? It’s a question we’re happy to hear from inquisitive customers, and one that’s important for all researchers to know the answer to. For years we have been answering customer questions about the pathogen testing that we conduct on our immune cell products and donors, so we’re answering those FAQs here for […]

Highlights from the 2019 Cell Symposia Hallmarks of Cancer

This was our first year attending the Cell Symposia Hallmarks of Cancer event held here in Seattle — and boy was it informative! The event brought together some of the world’s leading cancer researchers and oncologists to share the latest from their research and practices.  We got to hear from the likes of Philip Greenburg, […]

Endotoxin Detection: How Clean Are Your Antigens?

Have you ever spent weeks or months pursuing a mysterious artifact in your culture only to discover that the cause was a reagent or culture media contaminated with bacterial endotoxin? You’re not alone. Continue reading for a cautionary tale on endotoxin contamination. Detecting a Problem: Clueing in on Endotoxin Contamination We encountered an endotoxin contamination […]

Ask A Scientist: How Does Astarte Cryopreserve Cells?

As a buyer of human and animal immune cell products, you trust that your biomaterials will be handled with care and precision throughout the collection, processing, characterization, and cryopreservation processes. We understand how immensely important cell quality is to the efficacy and timeliness of your research efforts, which is why we are completely transparent with […]

Cells in Motion: New Research and Patent Applications

T-Scan: A genome-wide method for the systematic discovery of T cell epitopes Kula et al. describe a new method for discovering T cell epitopes that does not require the culture of T cells and allows for precise mapping of T cells to the peptides they recognize. Astarte Cells Used: PBMC Inhibitory effect of  Acer tegmentosum […]

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