Living cells are invaluable biomedical tools for the treatment and study of several incurable diseases, including cancer, metabolic disorder, and tissue defects. These diseases are particularly well-suited to cell-based therapies because they are difficult to treat with available drugs and surgical techniques. Currently, cell-based therapies are being explored for the treatment of a number of diseases. This field of research has yielded widespread interest and afforded a great degree of momentum in the development of cell-based therapeutics. Focusing on cell surface engineering for years, Creative Biolabs is professional in offering reliable cell-noncovalent physical bioconjugation services.
Cell surface engineering to provide new characteristics and functions to cells has drawn continuous interest from researchers in biomedical science as cell therapy has emerged as a prominent therapeutic strategy equivalent and complementary to the conventional therapeutic approaches. Recently, robust methods for cell surface engineering utilizing noncovalent physical bioconjugation methods including biotinylation, electrostatic Interaction, lipid membrane, and hydrophobic insertion have rapidly developed. These elegant strategies encompass both well-established chemistry/material sciences addition to molecular biology-based procedures.
Fig.1 Overview of approaches currently used in cell surface engineering. (Abbina, 2018)
As an industry-leading cell surface engineering services provider, Creative Biolabs is professional and reliable. At Creative Biolabs, we now provide the following cell-noncovalent physical bioconjugation services. Each subpage will provide more detailed information. If you are interested in cell-covalent conjugation services, you can also refer to the corresponding page for details.
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All services are only provided for research purposes and Not for clinical use.