Trusted Workflows for High Value Cells
Solentim is the trusted global leader for solutions to create, isolate, and characterize the highest value cells for the development of new biological medicines, including cell and gene therapies, monoclonal antibodies, vaccines and stem cells.
Our customers, which include the world’s leading pharmaceutical and biotherapeutics companies, achieve accelerated development of their master cell banks and are confidently prepared for regulatory review.
NEW ! High Efficiency Single Cell Cloning of iPSCs
Defining a new workflow for clonal iPSC Master Cell Banks
Instruments and enabling reagents for high efficiency single cell seeding and rapid daily imaging capturing multiple pieces of evidence of clonal derivation, Solentim encapsulates best practice for IND submission.
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"Establishing New Standards in Efficient Single Cell Cloning of hiPSCs"
Solentim are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Julian Burke as a non-executive Director. A former lecturer in Biochemistry at the University of Sussex, UK, Dr Burke has over
Monoclonal antibodies – a recent history Over three decades ago, in 1986, the first monoclonal antibody (mAb) treatment was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA).
Solentim is happy to announce that its new Cell Line Development platform, the ICON, will launch early 2021. For over a decade, Solentim has provided leading solutions to create, isolate
For those delivering advanced therapy medicinal products, the question of assessing and managing cell population heterogeneity presents an ongoing challenge. Solentim and EverCell Bio addressed this topic at a recent
Solentim is happy to announce that it will be presenting at the 9th Cell Line Development & Engineering Asia conference, taking place 3-5 November 2020. This digitally delivered event brings together the
As part of the concerted fight against COVID-19, the Vaccine Research Center (VRC) at the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the U.S. National Institutes of Health has