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  • TechSheet - Melanocyte Cell Systems
    Technical Use and Product Information
  • Natural Killer Cells Infographic
    Natural Killer cells have an innate ability to recognize and destroy non-self cells.
  • Custom Cell Isolation Services
    Our Expertise, Custom Cell Isolation Services, Custom Research Media and Reagents
  • Cell_Bio_Services_Stable-Cell-Lines-Generation
    CellBio Services Request Form. Stable Cell Line Generation or Immortalization.
  • Primary Liver Endothelial Cells
    Importance of passage number in measuring the uptake of large molecules
  • Journey of Cells Icons
    CD-MI234_Journey-of-cells_all icons.ai
  • Transfection Protocol for Human T Cells (Stim.) - 4D-Nucleofector™ Device
    Instructions of use for transfection of stimulated peripheral blood human T cells with the P3 Primary Cell 4D-Nucleofector™ X Kit
  • TheraPEAK® T-VIVO® Cell Culture Medium – Overview
    View or download this document for a comprehensive overview and learn how the chemically defined TheraPEAK® T-VIVO® Medium enhances T-cell culture and accelerates therapy development.
  • Gene Expression Differences in Airway Epithelial Cells from Asthma or COPD Donors
    Access to diseased primary cells from patients diagnosed with COPD or asthma provides a convenient, biologically relevant model to assess genetic and in some cases phenotypic changes from normal, healthy donor tissues. In this study, we grew human bronchial epithelial (HBE) cells from normal, COPD-, and asthma-diagnosed human donor lung tissues in an air-liquid interface (ALI) model to assess potential phenotypic changes in vitro as well as provide a differentiated layer of cells to harvest for gene expression studies using the StellARray™ Gene Expression System.
  • Transfection Protocol for hT Cells (stim.) - Nucleofector™ I/II/2b Device Series
    Instructions of use for transfection of stimulated human peripheral blood T cells with Nucleofector™ 1/2 Devices (incl. 1, 2b, 2N, 2S)
  • Cell Line Optimization Protocol - 96-well Shuttle™ Device
    Instructions of use for optimizing transfection conditions of cell lines with the Cell Line Optimization 96-well Nucleofector™ Kit
  • Instructions for Use - TheraPEAK® T-VIVO® Cell Culture Medium
    Instructions for how to use the TheraPEAK® T-VIVO® Cell Culture Media Series
  • Expanded HUVECs for High-throughput Screening
    HUVECs are a good primary endothelial cell type for many in vitro studies and also for several high-throughput screening applications. Consequently, Lonza offers, HUVEC-XL. These cells are expanded to passage-3 from pooled P1-HUVECs and packaged at 10 million cells per ampoule.
  • NK Cell Assay using 3D Bioprinted Tumor Models
    This white paper describes an ex vivo assay for NK cell killing activity in a 3D bioprinted cervical cancer tumor model.
  • Natural Killer (NK) Cell Expansion, Activation and Cytotoxicity Assay
    Protocol instructions
  • MDCK II Transfection Protocol - Nucleofector™ I/II/2b Device Series
    Instructions of use for transfection of MDCK II cells (ECACC) with the Cell Line Nucleofector™ Kit L
  • Transfection Protocol for hT Cells (unstim.) - Nucleofector™ I/II/2b Device Series
    Instructions of use for transfection of unstimulated human peripheral blood T cells with Nucleofector™ 1/2 Devices (incl. 1, 2b, 2N, 2S)
  • An Innovative, Highly Efficient Method for Transfecting Large Quantities of Primary Human T-cells
    A strong need exists for improved cancer treatment options. Lonza's approach relies on genetically modified, patient-derived cells like T-cells or natural killer cells which express chimeric antigen receptors (CAR) targeting cancer cells.
  • Instructions - Rat Microglia Cell System
    Instructions for proper use and culture of Rat Microglia
  • Technical Reference Guide - Cell Cryopreservation
    Tips for Successful Cryopreservation of cells.
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