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MaxCyte and Allogene Therapeutics Sign Clinical and Commercial License Agreement to Enable the Advancement of Allogeneic CAR T (AlloCAR T™) Therapies

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Agreement enables Allogene, a pioneer in the development of AlloCAR T™ therapies for cancer, to utilize MaxCyte’s ExPERT™ platform in target candidates GAITHERSBURG, MD, and SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA, March 24, 2020 – MaxCyte, Inc., a global cell-based therapies and life sciences company, and Allogene Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: ALLO), a clinical-stage biotechnology company pioneering the development […]

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BioBuzz: MaxCyte's Jim Brady Among Gene Editing Experts Who Gathered to Discuss Transformative Potential of CRISPR on Genomic Medicine

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Montgomery College’s Bioscience Education Center (BEC) is the place to be, to see and to hear from some of the brightest life science minds in BioHealth Capital Region (BHCR).  Home to the region’s most important biotech workforce development and training programs, including; Bio-Trac, the graduate/post-graduate level program offering hands-on laboratory training workshops for research scientists, BioTrain, the incumbent worker […]

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BioBuzz: For 20 Years This Company Has Helped to Shape the Field of Cell Therapy

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How MaxCyte Has Evolved to Become Leading Technology Provider for Cell Engineering and Leveraged Its Flow Electroporation® Technology and Know-How to Launch Its Own Robust CAR Pipeline  MaxCyte, located in Gaithersburg, Maryland, is a unique biotech company that is a key anchor of the robust and growing Maryland cell and gene therapy industry. Founded in 1999, […]

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Editas Medicine and MaxCyte Announce Clinical and Commercial License Agreement for Engineered Cell Medicines

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., and GAITHERSBURG, Md., – October 7, 2019:– Editas Medicine, Inc. (Nasdaq: EDIT), a leading genome editing company, and MaxCyte, Inc., the global cell-based therapies and life sciences company, today announced a new clinical and commercial license agreement. Editas Medicine will use MaxCyte’s Flow Electroporation® technology and ExPERT™ instruments for the advancement of engineered cell […]

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MaxCyte Progresses Phase I Clinical Trial of Lead mRNA-based Cell Therapy from its CARMA™ Platform

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–      No dose-limiting toxicities or safety concerns observed in first cohort of treated patients–      Feasibility of streamlined, faster CAR therapy manufacturing process confirmed–      Dosing initiated in second cohort of patients Gaithersburg, Maryland – May 8, 2019: MaxCyte, the global clinical-stage cell-based therapies and life sciences company, announced today that it […]

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MaxCyte Presents at 22nd Annual ASGCT Meeting on Manufacturing Process for First CARMA™ Drug Candidate, Including One-Day Cell Processing

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– CARMA drug candidates can be manufactured via streamlined, single-day process, providing a much needed faster turnaround of autologous cell therapy to patients– CARMA cell therapies are engineered with the intention of reducing potential adverse events that have been evident with other CAR technologies and to allow for multiple dosing, an important feature for potential […]

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