γδ T Cell Development Services for Wounds HealingOnline Inquiry
Skin-resident γδ T cells as important components of skin immunity engage in wound healing, regulation of immune response to injury, inflammation, and re-epithelialization. They may present a new therapeutic approach to wound healing. As a leader in the research of γδ T cells, Creative Biolabs is driven to provide comprehensive γδ T cells development and engineering services to help regulate immune responses and favor rapid wound healing. Our scientists have the operational grit and scientific background in γδ T cell development to accelerate your success.
Wound Healing Is a Complex and Dynamic Process
Wound healing is a significantly sophisticated process that involves various biomolecules and cells. This process is orchestrated by four overlapping phases: hemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, and remodeling. Burn- and trauma-related morbidity and mortality can be attributed to immunoinflammatory derangements in part cases. Nonetheless, inflammation may also have a beneficial role in the complex process of wound repair, which involves multiple immune cell types (e.g. T-cells, macrophages and neutrophils) working in concert in a highly regulated way. Recent studies have shown that γδ T-cells are activated and increased in the response to burn injury, suggesting a role in both innate and acquired immunity.
γδ T Cells Represent a Novel Therapeutic Method for Wound Healing
γδ T cells are a distinct subgroup of T cells differing from αβ T-cells with regard to tissue localization and Ag recognition, where γδ T-cells recognize Ags directly, without requiring any processing or presentation. γδ T cells are involved in different disease processes, including trauma. Matsushima et al. have revealed that in patients with a severe systemic inflammatory response (SIRS) in wound healing, γδ T-cells are largely activated in the circulation system and play important role in the early response to severe injury. Using a mouse injury model, Schwacha et al. demonstrated that γδ T-cells involve in burn-induced immunopathology influencing macrophage function, distal organ injury and wound repair. γδ T-cell deficient mice displayed a significant reduction in inflammatory cell infiltration and delayed wound healing. All these studies help us better characterize the role of wound γδ T-cells in the regulation of the wound inflammatory response.
Fig.1 Mechanism of action of murine skin resident γδT cells in wound repair. (Latha, 2014)
What We Can Do?
With regard to γδ T-cells involving in wound healing, Creative Biolabs has combined deep-rooted γδ T-cells expertise and very latest instrumentation to provide one-stop γδ T cell development services. We mainly focus on the discovery, development, manufacturing and commercialization of γδ T cells to boost the study of wound healing. Our comprehensive services can be classified into three categories:
- γδ T Cell Receptors Services
- γδ T Cell Development Services
- γδ T Cell Engineering Services
γδ TCRs are important in the process of antigen recognition. We provide γδ TCRs services, including but not limited to TCR repertoires analysis, TCR transcriptome analysis, TCR generation, and TCR-ligand reaction analysis.
To better understand the mechanism of wound healing and promote the therapeutic study, we provide comprehensive γδ T cells development services, such as isolation, activation and expansion, characterization, production, and cytotoxicity test.
The antigen specificity of γδ T cells can be manipulated by genetic engineering and redirected to successfully target antigens. We provide a wide range of γδ T cell engineering services, including CAR engineered-, αβ TCR-engineered γδ T cell development, bispecific γδ T cell antibody development, and γδ T cell hybridomas development.
Human epidermis resident γδ T cells play unique roles in tissue homeostasis and repair in wound healing. Based on our advanced technology and abundant experience, Creative Biolabs offers high-quality customized services covering the entire γδ T cell development process. If you are interested in our services, please contact us for your exclusive solution.
- Matsushima, A.; et al. Early activation of γδ T lymphocytes in patients with severe systemic inflammatory response syndrome. Shock. 2004, 22: 11-15.
- Schwacha, M. G. Gamma delta T-cells: potential regulators of the post-burn inflammatory response. Burns. 2009, 35: 318-326.
- Sree Latha, T.; et al. γδ T Cell-Mediated Immune Responses in Disease and Therapy. Frontiers in Immunology. 2014, 5: 571.
- Latha, T.S.; et al. γδ T Cell-Mediated Immune Responses in Disease and Therapy. Frontiers in Immunology. 2014, 5: 571.