Glasgow, SCOTLAND. Sistemic Ltd. announced today that it had signed an agreement with Roslin Cells Ltd. to analyse iPSC (induced Pluripotent Stem Cell) samples from 7 of Europe’s leading centres for iPSC production.
Glasgow, Scotland. With the aim of improving clinical outcome in cancer patients, TC BioPharm (TCB) and Sistemic will work together to develop a range of biomarkers designed to provide valuable information on individual patient responses to TCB’s innovative cell therapy product.
We are looking for 2 life sciences graduates to support development of our new SistemPSCCheck™ v1.0 service product. These are 12 month placements, with the potential to develop into a permanent roles. For full information, please visit Scotgrad via the links below:
Sistemic will be attending the 4th Cell Therapy Conference: Manufacturing and Testing of Pluripotent Stem Cells in June to highlight the development of SistemPSCCheck™ - the world’s first commercial assay for assessment of pluripotent stem cell contamination in derived cell therapy products
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND Sistemic will be attending Phacilitate Cell & Gene Therapy World and the World Stem Cell Summit in January to highlight the development of their assay for assessment of pluripotent stem cell contamination in derived cell therapy products
Glasgow, SCOTLAND. Sistemic Ltd. is excited to announce significant progress with the development of a miRNA-based assay for assessment of pluripotent stem cell (PSC) contamination in derived cell therapy products. The development is being undertaken in conjunction with LGC, the UK National Measurement Laboratory and Designated Institute for chemical and bio-measurement.