In Cell Therapy, The Small Things Make a Big Difference

We’ve partnered with industry leaders in cell therapy to reveal differences between CAR-T Non-Responders (NR) in lymphoma versus Responders (R) from the cell therapy product itself.

 

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Optimize the quality of cell therapies in bioprocessing

Researchers used the IsoPlexis system to detect outcomes of process changes to cell therapies, and in particular, recognized potency gains from a modified method (MM) versus an original processing method (OM). Key findings:

  • Identified cytokine mechanism of bispecific CD 19/22 CAR -T cell product potency, across manufacturing methods
  • Uniquely revealed impact on the potency of the updated method for engineered T-cell bioprocessing with PSI™
  • Demonstrated that the Modified Method of CD19 /CD22 Bispecific CAR T-cell manufacturing led to a more consistent polyfunctional response

Citation: Srivastava SK, et al. ASH Annual Meeting 2018.

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Predict responders and non-responders from pre-infusion CAR-T product

As published in the journal “Blood”, researchers used the IsoPlexis system to stratify patient responders and non-responders to CAR-T therapy in Non-Hodgkins lymphoma, directly from the pre-infusion product, using IsoPlexis’ unique Polyfunctional Strength Index (PSI).  Key findings:

  • Preinfusion CAR product T-cell subsets with a high polyfunctional profile, i.e. large degree of single-cell cytokine potency, associates significantly with clinical outcome
  • Existing technologies used traditionally for potency were unable to detect these associations in the CAR-T product, in a side by side study
  • PSI of the product was associated with the Objective Response, highlighting the ability to use such metrics in a variety of contexts for optimizing Cell Therapy development

Citation: Rossi J, et al. Blood. 2018.

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“They have showed that by using single-cell analyses, heterogeneity may actually improve clinical outcomes.”

- Blood Commentary

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