NB ROC™ T Cell SF Media (cGMP)

OPTIMIZED FOR CAR-T CELL THERAPY

Developed in collaboration with Dr. Roddy O’Connor of the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Cellular Immunotherapies, NB ROC™ T Cell SF Media boosts transduction efficiency and proliferation while preserving phenotype to support the development of CAR-T cell therapies. In multiple donor T cell studies, NB ROC™ T Cell SF Media used with Physiologix™ XF allowed for a doubling in transduction efficiency, more than 50% higher proliferation and preserved memory-like phenotype when compared to OpTmizer™.

Manufactured under cGMP using a transparent supply chain
  • Increased transduction efficiency by 40%
  • >50% increase in proliferation
  • Preservation of memory-like phenotype
Developed in collaboration with Dr. Roddy O’Connor of the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Cellular Immunotherapies
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Serum free formula designed for CAR-T cell therapy from development through production
Enhanced efficacy when paired with Physiologix™ XF, NB ROC™ is supplied with Physiologix™ XF SR Human Growth Factor Concentrate (hGFC), a cGMP, xeno-free media supplement that has been shown to be superior to human serum in vivo.

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NB ROC™ is configured with the proteins supplied separately for long-term stability and shelf life. 

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Resources

NB ROC T Cell Poster

Authors: Asma Ayari, Francisco J Martinez-Becerra, Yinan Tu, Yinan Lu, and Roddy O’Connor 

ROC T cells

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Using a combination of metabolomics and process optimization, Nucleus Biologics has identified a new xeno- and serum-free cell culture medium formulation named NB ROC. In this study, we tested NB ROC on T cells isolated from the blood of three donors using standard protocols. Our data show that NB ROC allowed cells to grow 50% more compared to OpTmizer (Fisher Scientific). This increase in proliferation did not compromise early memory phenotypes. Additionally, transduction using a GFP lentivirus was ~40% higher when cells were grown and activated in NB ROC, which results in optimization of virus usage and reduction of manufacturing costs.