The latest cell and gene therapy insights to accelerate drug development


With the list of approved cell and gene therapies continuing to grow, the drug development community is placing more emphasis on harmonizing the expectations for designing and implementing appropriate bioanalytical strategies to support these modalities. This eBook contains a collection of articles with the latest insights into the field of cell and gene therapy. 

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AAV drug delivery, CAR T-cell development, and induced pluripotent stem cells accelerate cell and gene therapy development

The insights contained in this eBook represent the latest developments in cell and gene therapies. The goal of this eBook is to present recent scientific research that can be used to advise ongoing or future work in the field with the ultimate goal of increasing the rate at which novel treatments are reaching patients.

Download this free eBook to find out more about:

  • Multi-disciplinary approaches for gene delivery systems to the brain
  • Understanding exposure-response in AAV gene therapy
  • Preclinical drug development for a gene therapy product
  • Exosomes in drug delivery and personalized medicine
  • Developing T cells into cancer assassins
  • Solutions for culturing and characterizing iPSCs
  • Optimization of cell differentiation

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