Akron publishes Cell Therapy Whitepaper with ISCT and ARM

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Akron, in collaboration with the International Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT) and the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM), published a Whitepaper in the journal Cytotherapy this week.

The Whitepaper brings together leading experts in the field of cell therapy. Titled “Critical Elements in the Development of Cell Therapy Potency Assays for Ischemic Conditions,” the Whitepaper discusses key issues of importance in the development of a potency assay for treatment of ischemic disorders treated with cell therapy products. These include issues of function, biological activity and nature of the products, such as cell source and culture method, and in doing so the Whitepaper offers an opinion on the current use of cell therapy products toward more efficient process development.

To read the entire paper, click here.

This paper is part of Akron’s ongoing engagement with leading industry associations and workgroups, and speaks of our high committment to disseminating knowledge for more effective cell therapies, which we have been striving for since our inception.

Akron has years of experience in designing and developing processes and offering tools that facilitate the discovery and development of new cell therapies, as well as assisting industry and academic institutions in their development efforts. This includes potency assay design, implementation and validation, as well as whole-process optimization and process control.

If you have specific needs, please get in touch with us for a survey and see how we can help at info@akronbiotech.com.

 

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