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Linear DNA Crosses the Line between Tags and Therapeutics

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Short fragments of linear DNA are used for molecular tagging in a variety of industries, from textiles to pharmaceuticals, to provide product authentication and ingredient traceability. Applied DNA Sciences is now translating its expertise in the molecular tagging industry to the biopharma industry. Its subsidiary, LineaRx, is manufacturing large, gene-sized fragments of linear DNA for […]

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Non-Viral, Plasmid-Free CAR T-Manufacturing Platform Begins Preclinicals

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[vc_single_image image=”14679″ img_size=”full”] Streamlined manufacturing processes could yield reduced cost and lead times, lessening patient morbidity and mortality through shorter “vein-to-vein” times. [Applied DNA Sciences] By MaryAnn Labant A rapidly emerging immunotherapy approach, adoptive cell transfer (ACT), collects and uses a patient’s own immune cells to treat their cancer. One methodology, Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell (CAR T-cell) […]

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