T Cell Engineering
Activation of T cells is required for efficient transduction of cells with foreign genetic material, such as vectors expressing chimeric antigen receptors (CARs) or modified T cell receptors (TCRs). See MoreThe reprogrammed T cells can then be expanded for further analysis, cryopreservation, and possible infusion.
To stimulate T cells, choose from our ImmunoCult™ Human T Cell Activators, reagents designed to activate human T cells in the absence of magnetic beads, feeder cells, or antigen. Once activated, T cells can be cultured and expanded in our optimized serum- and xeno-free ImmunoCult™-XF T Cell Expansion Medium.
High yields of T cells can also be obtained by differentiating human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) to T cells using STEMdiff™ T Cell Kit.
- Technical Bulletin Generation of Natural Killer Cells and T Cells from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Using STEMdiff™ and StemSpan™ Media and Supplements
- Scientific Poster Workflow Solutions for Human T Cell Isolation and Expansion
- Scientific Poster Rapid Expansion of Functional Human T Cells Using a Serum- and Xeno-free Culture Medium
- Brochure Tools to Streamline Your T Cell Research
Cell Culture Media and Supplements 4 (5)
cGMP, serum-free, and xeno-free medium for the expansion of human T cells
For expansion and differentiation of hPSCs to T cells
Serum-free and xeno-free medium for the expansion of human T cells
Human T cell activation and expansion reagent
Cytokines and Proteins 4 (13)
Genome Editing and Molecular Tools 4 (4)
Transfection & intracellular delivery kit
Custom-designed single guide RNA for CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing
Complete kit for optimization of genome editing in human cells
Cas9 nuclease for the generation of double-strand breaks in CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing