Stem cells

By: Todd Smith

Scanning electron microscope image of T regulatory cells (red) interacting with antigen-presenting cells (blue). T regulatory cells can suppress responses by T cells to maintain homeostasis in the immune system. Credit: NIAID

According to a recent labor market analysis report [1], universities, research institutes, and many companies are competing for a limited pool of technicians who can produce cell and gene therapy products.

Cell therapy products include immunotherapies, cancer vaccines, and other types of both autologous (self cells; the donor is the patient) and allogeneic (other cells; the cells come from ... Read more

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What kinds of jobs are available for cell culture technicians?  What new opportunities involve stem cells?  Learn about more about cell culture careers in this video from Madison Area Technical College.View the video

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